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94th Congress 1 
2d Session / 



JOINT COMMITTEE PRINT 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

CONGRESSIONAL RESEARCH SERVICE 

OF THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

FOR FISCAL YEAR 1975 

TO THE 

JOINT COMMITTEE ON THE LIBRARY 
UNITED STATES CONGRESS 



pursuant to 
Public Law 91-510 
Title III, Part 2 

(Section 321) 






















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APRIL 1976 



Printed for the use of the 
Joint Committee on the Library 




94 2d Session 3 * } JOINT COMMITTEE PRINT 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

CONGRESSIONAL RESEARCH SERVICE 

OF THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

FOR FISCAL YEAR 1975 

TO THE 

JOINT COMMITTEE ON THE LIBRARY 
UNITED STATES CONGRESS 

pursuant to 

Public Law 91-510 

Title III, Part 2 

(Section 321) 




APRIL 1976 



Printed for the use of the 
Joint Committee on the Library 



U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
72-526 WASHINGTON : 1976 



JOINT COMMITTEE OX THE LIBRARY 



HOWARD W. CANNON, Nevada. Chairman 
CLAIBORNE PELL, Rhode Island 
HARRISON A. WILLIAMS. New Jersey 
ROBERT P. GRIFFIN, Michigan 
HUGH SCOTT. Pennsylvania 



HOUSE 

LUCIEN N. NEDZI. Michigan, 

Vice Chairman 
WAYNE L. HAYS, Ohio 
JOHN BRADEMAS. Indiana 
SAMUEL L. DEVINE, Ohio 
W. HENSON MOORE, Louisiana 



William McWhorter Cochrane, Chief Clerk 
William B. Canfield. Assistant Chief Clerk 



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The Library of Congress 

Congressional Research Service 
Washington, D.C. 20540 



April 26, 1976 



Honorable Howard W. Cannon 
Chairman, Joint Committee on 

the Library 
United States Congress 
Washington, D.C. 20510 

Dear Mr. Chairman: 

I am pleased to transmit the Annual Report of the 
Congressional Research Service for fiscal year 1975, pursuant 
to the provision of the Legislative Reorganization Act of 
1970 which directs that "The Director of the Congressional 
Research Service shall prepare and file with the Joint 
Committee on the Library at the beginning of each regular 
session of Congress a separate and special report covering 
in summary and in detail, all phases of activity of the 
Congressional Research Service for the immediately preceeding 
fiscal year." 

The report records the activities of the Service 
during the fourth year of its program to implement the objectives 
of the Reorganization Act. In the course of the year, CRS 
initiated a number of innovative services to Congress. In 
addition to describing these new undertakings, the report 
reviews in detail the Service's more traditional work 
activities, which include research and analysis, documentation 
and status of legislation, information and reference services, 
and administration. 

Exceptional demands were placed upon the Service's 
resources during fiscal year 1975, as evidenced by the record 
number of requests for policy analysis and information answered 
by CRS in this period. In meeting the challenges posed by 
increasing and varied congressional needs, CRS has sought to 
develop new and improved research and informational services. 
As we proceed with our efforts to fulfill our responsibilities 
under the Reorganization Act, we look forward to receiving the 
continued advice, counsel and support of the Joint Committee 
on the Library. 



Sincerely, 




to r man Beckmarr 
Acting Director 



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CONTENTS 



Chapter Page 

Letter of Transmittal in 

I. Highlights of the Year 1 

II. The Research Divisions 7 

American Law Division 7 

Economics Division 8 

Education and Public Welfare Division 10 

Environmental Policy Division 11 

Foreign Affairs Division 12 

Government and General Research Division 13 

Science Policy Research Division 15 

Senior Specialists Division 16 

III. Special Research Services 19 

Interdivisional Projects 19 

Ocean and Coastal Resources Project 25 

Futures Research Group 26 

Subject and Policy Area Lists 26 

External Research Contracts 27 

Seminars for Congress 28 

Cooperation with Other Legislative Agencies 29 

IV. Documentation and Status of Legislation 33 

Issue Briefs 33 

Factual Descriptions 34 

Factual Descriptions of Selected House Bills, Fiscal Year 1975__ 35 

Terminating Program Lists 36 

The Bill Digest 38 

Major Legislation of the Congress (MLC) 38 

Legislative Histories 38 

V. Information and Reference Services 39 

Congressional Reference Division 39 

Congressional Reading Room 40 

Reference Centers 41 

Library Services Division 41 

Automated Information Services 42 

Briefings for Congressional Offices 44 

Special Services 44 

Translations 44 

Graphics 45 

National Debate Topics 45 

VI. Administration 47 

Budget and Staffing 47 

Training 51 

Staff Communications 53 

Word Processing 53 

Appendices 55 

A. Statutory Mandates for CRS Activities and a Summary 

of CRS Implementation 56 

1. The Legislative Reorganization Act of 1970 56 

2. Other Statutes and Legislative Provisions Affect- 

ing CRS 62 

B. Tables 65 

1. Allocation of budgeted positions by division and 

classification, fiscal 1975 65 

2. Inquiries cleared by month and by division, fiscal 1975_ 66 

C. CRS Regular Reports 67 

D. Selected CRS Writings in Fiscal Year 1975 69 

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CHAPTER I. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE YEAR 



The Congressional Research Service has provided a unique 
support resource for Members and committees of the Congress since 
1914. With the skills of a highly skilled professional staff and 
access to a wealth of Library research and reference materials, the 
Service is able to accommodate an enormous range of congressional 
requests each year. CRS specialists offer background reports, bill 
analyses, analyses of alternative legislative proposals, assistance 
in hearings and other phases of the legislative process, factual 
statements, bibliographies, graphics, translations, and a great 
diversity of reference services. Virtually all subjects of interest 
to the Congress in the performance of their legislative and 
representative functions are within the purview of requests to CRS. 

Several new services were initiated this year. The Service 
assumed its new responsibility for preparing factual descriptions 
of all House bills and resolutions, responded to an enthusiastic 
congressional demand for its new "issue brief" products, and offered 
several new seminar programs. Significant progress was made in 
training congressional staff to use the Service's remote automated 
information systems and, through a self-initiated briefing program, 
broadening congressional awareness of the services CRS is able to 
provide. Project groups were established to enhance CRS support 
to the Congress in the fields of ocean policy and futures research. 
An ad hoc interdi visional group was formed to coordinate the many 
requests received on U.S. intelligence activities and more than 100 
additional interdivisional teams of analysts were formed to conduct 
specific projects. All divisions contributed to the first full year 
of CRS support to the Office of Technology Assessment and the 
Congressional Budget Office. 

Many of the developments in FY 1975 related to the Service's 
implementation of the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1970. Section 
321 of that Act authorized the expansion of CRS policy analysis and 
research support to congressional committees and Members, as well as 
the continued provision of traditional services. The Service began 
a five-year implementation program of the Act in FY 1972 and completed 
the fourth year of implementation this year. Developments related 
to new provisions of the Act included: significantly more major 
research projects for committees and the expansion of major project 
coverage to additional committees; increased and diversified use of 
contracts to respond to more technical congressional requests; and 
the preparation of subject and terminating program lists to assist 
congressional committees in planning their legislative agendas for 
the 94th Congress. In the more traditional reference and information 
areas of service, the Congressional Reference Division was reorganized 
into interdisciplinary teams, staffing was increased in the Congressional 

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Reading Room and Senate Reference Center, and delivery and limited 
reference service provided from the Longworth Book Room. The CRS 
Legislative Information Display System (LIDS) was refined and made 
more accessible to congressional offices. 

The Service received and responded to an unprecedented 
volume of requests in FY 1975--244,498, or 21 percent more than the 
previous high record of FY 1974. Requests are classified by their 
source as Member, committee, or constituent. Whereas Member and 
committee requests often involve assistance on legislative matters, 
our responses to constituent requests assist Members in their 
representative roles. The distribution of CRS requests, by source, 
was as follows: 

Number of Requests 

Members 142,607 

Committees 34,212 

Subtotal 176,819 

Constituents 67,679 

Total 244,498 

The significance of the large volume of requests received in 
FY 1975 may best be seen in historical perspective. Since World War II 
the annual volume of requests has approximately doubled every ten 
years. Some 23,000 requests were received in FY 1947, 59,000 in FY 1956, 
100,000 in FY 1965, to slightly in excess of 200,000 in FY 1974. This 
year's unanticipated rise, approaching 250,000 requests, was made even 
more dramatic by the fact that the usual seasonal fluctuations in work- 
load were not present. The average number of requests from each 
Senator jumped from 611 in FY 1974 to 741; the average per Representative 
increased from 257 to 305. Over the past ten years the average 
received from each Member has increased by 122 percent, from 174 in 
FY 1965 to 386 requests this year. 

Impacts of the Legislative Reorganization Act on the CRS 
workload have been qualitative as well as quantitative. An increased 
workload might have been anticipated without the expanded 1970 mandate. 
However, there have been definite shifts in the types of requests 
received since implementation efforts began in FY 1972. Since FY 1971, 
while the overall volume of requests increased by 35 percent, requests 
requiring reports, memoranda, and other, more personalized types of 
response have increased by 109 percent and currently require more than 
half of CRS research time. Committee requests have risen by 124 percent 
and committee and Member requests together accounted for 72 percent 
of all FY 1975 requests, as compared to only 58 percent in FY 1971. 



NUMBER OF INQUIRIES CLEARED, Fiscal Year 1975 




TOTAL INQUIRIES 
CLEARED 244,498 



PERCENTAGE OF TIME CRS SPENT ON MEMBER, 
COMMITTEE AND CONSTITUENT REQUESTS, 
Fiscal Year 1975 




This shift is significant, as generally committee and Member requests 
require more substantive research than constituent requests. Finally, 
it may be noted that requests requiring over ten staff days of 
research time have increased by 208 percent in the past four years, 
a trend which has been reinforced by the growing demand for policy- 
oriented research projects since FY 1973. 

CRS progress in implementing the Legislative Reorganization 
Act and other legislative provisions affecting its services is summarized 
briefly in Appendix A. The response time on FY 1975 requests is shown 
below. 



Response Time, FY 1975 



Same Day 
104,218 (43%) 


1 Day 
47,598 (19%) 


2-5 Days 
54,306 (22%) 


6-10 Days Over 10 Days 
17,483 (7%) 20,893 (9%) 


151,816 (62%) 








206,122 (84%) 




38,376 (16%) 



Of possible interest to those desiring additional information 
on the Congressional Research Service were two major reports prepared 
by the staff this year. The first, prepared for the House Commission 
on Information and Facilities, surveyed current and proposed CRS 
services, resources, and products, assessed the congressional use 
of CRS services, and analyzed the organization structure. The 
second reviewed the automation resources of CRS and the Library of 
Congress, at the request of the House Administration's Ad Hoc 
Subcommittee on Computers. 

The activities of the Service's ten divisions in FY 1975 are 
reviewed in the following chapters. The report is organized by 
functional area of service, including major research services, docu- 
mentation of legislation activities, information and reference services 
and administration. 



CONGRESSIONAL RESEARCH SERVICE 
ORGANIZATION CHART 



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OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR 
89 Positions 



DIRECTOR 
Lester S. Jay son 

DEPUTY DIRECTOR 

Norman Beckman 



ACTING ASSISTANT 

DIRECTOR FOR 

RESEARCH AND 

ANALYSIS 

Joseph E Ross 



COORDINATOR 
OF RESEARCH 
James W Robinson 



OFFICE OF 

ASSIGNMENT AND 

REFERENCE 

COORDINATION 

Charles A. Goodnjm, Chief 



ACTING ASSISTANT 
DIRECTOR FOR 
CONGRESSIONAL 

COMMITTEE 
RELATIONSHIPS 

Walter Kravitz 



OFFICE OF 
SPECIAL PROGRAMS 
Warren R. Johnston, Chief 


OFFICE OF 

ADMINISTRATION 
Basil T. Owens. Chief 



RESEARCH DIVISIONS 
471 Positions , 



AMERICAN LAW 
DIVISION 

Joseph E. Ross. Chief 
91 Positions 


ECONOMICS 

DIVISION 

John B. Henderson. Chief 

67 Positions 



EDUCATION AND 

PUBLIC WELFARE 

DIVISION 

William H. Robinson, Chief 

66 Positions 


ENVIRONMENTAL 

POLICY DIVISION 

Wallace D. Bowman, 

Chief 

41 Positions 



FOREIGN AFFAIRS 

DIVISION 
Charles R Gellner, Chief 

57 Positions 


GOVERNMENT AND 
GENERAL RESEARCH 

DIVISION 
Kenneth E. Gray, Chief 

66 Positions 



SCIENCE POLICY 
RESEARCH DIVISION 

Charles S. Sheldon, 

Chief 

50 Positions 


SENIOR 

SPECIALISTS 

DIVISION 

33 Positions 



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INFORMATION DIVISION"] 
69 Positions 



REFERENCE DIVISION 
74 Positions 






CONGRESSIONAL 

REFERENCE 

DIVISION 

Elizabeth F. Stroup, Chief 

74 Positions 



CONGRESSIONAL 
READING ROOM 



REFERENCE 

INFORMATION 

CENTERS 



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LIBRARY 
SERVICES 
DIVISION 
Vlerwin C. Phetps, 
Chie; 
69 Positions 



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JUNE 30 1975 



CHAPTER II. THE RESEARCH DIVISIONS 



The organization and responsibilities of the Service's eight 
research divisions have considerably expanded since 1970. Each share 
responsibility for providing new CRS services involving, for example, 
the preparation of materials for subject and terminating program lists 
issue brief drafts, oversight of contract projects, and expanded 
communications with other legislative agencies. In addition, the 
research divisions have developed and expanded relationships with 
congressional committees and subcommittees, undertaken more major 
research projects, organized and coordinated interdisciplinary project 
groups, and have experienced an increasing demand for reports, 
memoranda, in-person briefings, and other forms of research contri- 
bution to congressional hearings and legislation. 

Responding to more than 72,000 research requests in fiscal 
1975, the research divisions accounted for a fifth of this year's 
increase in inquiries cleared and 91 percent of the increase in 
research time spent over fiscal 1974. Highlights of their varied 
contributions are presented in the following sections. 



AMERICAN LAW DIVISION 



As in earlier years, the work of the American Law Division was 
notable both for its volume and the wide range of legal and constitutional 
issues considered. Legal and constitutional questions arose on each 
of the major issues dealt with by the Congress during the fiscal year. 
Considered in the division were questions requiring expertise in con- 
stitutional law, international law, administrative law, and statutory 
construction. Legal questions arose in the context of such diverse 
subject areas as intelligence activities, antitrust and monopolies, 
banking, environmental protection, crime, Indian rights, civil rights, 
taxation, freedom of information, elections, abortion, bankruptcy, 
privacy, conflict of interests, regulatory reform, and congressional 
committee responsibilities in various si tuations--for example, with 
regard to compelling the testimony of witnesses, securing information 
from executive branch agencies and the private sector, and oversight 
functions. The division's work necessarily includes analysis of State 
as well as Federal law, since the current status of State law in a 
given area is often of interest to Congress in deciding whether to 
enact Federal legislation in the same area. 

The division's assistance was requested with respect to 
many legal problems resulting from the impeachment proceedings and 
President Nixon's resignation. For example, senior attorneys assisted 
the Senate Rules Committee in revising the rules for impeachment trials 
in the Senate. Several reports were prepared on questions relating to 

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President Nixon's entitlement to various transition benefits and to 
the ownership, disposition and control of presidential papers. A 
report dealing with the constitutionality of the Presidential 
Recordings and Materials Preservation Act, S. 4016, was read into the 
Congressional Record in the course of Senate debates. Similar studies 
were prepared on the papers of Members of Congress. 

The division substantially increased its major project work 
for congressional committees this year. In addition to contributions 
to several interdivisional projects, division attorneys assisted 
committees with numerous specialized reports. These included 
examinations of the regulations of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, legal 
and constitutional issues raised by the covenant to establish a common- 
wealth of the Marianas, U.S. Code provisions within oversight 
responsibility of the Senate Commerce Committee, enforcement provisions 
in consumer and safety legislation, regulation of real estate through 
the taxing power, and contested elections. 

Characteristic of the services performed at the request of 
Members were memoranda on Member obligations with respect to 
classified materials, analyses of the legal and constitutional basis 
for executive agreements and of the powers of congressional committee 
chairmen, and assistance to a group of Congressmen in drafting a brief 
amicus curiae for a Supreme Court case involving the constitutionality 
of the Regional Rail Reorganization Act of 1973. In all, the division 
responded to 16,128 requests. 

Pursuant to statutory directive, the American Law Division 
prepares decennial editions and biennial supplements to The Constitution 
of the United States of America—Analysis and Interpretation . The 
seventh edition of this volume was published in 1972. The first 
supplement, including analyses of Supreme Court opinions handed down 
in 1972 and 1973, was issued in fiscal 1975 and work continued on the 
collection and analysis of the Court's opinions for inclusion in the 
second supplement. 



ECONOMICS DIVISION 



Workload demands on the Economics Division increased 
substantially during FY 1975. Some 15,125 Member, committee, and 
constituent inquiries were cleared, 32 percent more than in FY 1974, 
including equally large increases in major project work and for 
committees. Nearly half of all the requests were completed on a 
rush basis and during several months the requests exceeded 1,500. As 
might be expected, the twin issues of energy and the economy occupied 
much of the division's analytical and informational effort. Many of 
these studies, in the energy field especially, involved interdivisional 
inputs. Another major commitment of staff resources and time was in 



support of the new Budget Committees and the Congressional Budget 
Office. 

A source of special assistance for many requests was the 
first full year's use of automated economic information systems, 
including various economic time series, tapes of the 1975 and 1976 
Federal Budgets, and an economertric model of the U.S. economy. These 
were used in CRS analyses of the Federal Budget, in the development 
of inflationary impact statements required by recent law, and for a 
variety of congressional inquiries concerning the economic effects 
of policy proposals. Other projects that were facilitated by access 
to computer software packages involved an analysis of foreign-exchange 
market transactions of multinational corporations, a study of the 
relationship of profit performance to the capital structure of major 
oil corporations, and the development of a program evaluation system 
for public works projects. 

Access to additional computer packages was obtained, including 
an energy model and economic charting capability. The CRS contracting 
authority was used for studies of a proposed national electric power 
grid system, the economics of commodity shortages, and other subjects. 

Division specialists compiled for a Member a survey of 17 
major legislative issues and current legislation relating to the 
economy. Other Member requests involved determining the impact of 
several tax cut proposals, and the economic effects of lowering the 
national unemployment rate to 3 percent within 18 months. A background 
report was prepared for users of the Comsumer Price Index and an 
analysis made of the results of a questionnaire concerning investment 
tax credits for electric utilities. 

Appearing in committee prints were division studies on 
Federal anti- inflation policy since 1946, automated guideway public 
transit systems, alternative economic projections and policies for 
the 1975 Budget, and an extensive compendium of all Federal formula 
grant-in-aid programs. Division staff assisted a housing subcommittee's 
analysis of block grant formulas, compared two major housing and 
community development bills, and revised and updated a Joint Economic 
Committee report on housing programs administered by the Federal 
Government. 

The many reports prepared on an anticipatory basis for 
congressional users included reviews of the basic issues and proposals 
for a national development bank, the availability of homes for 
middle-income families, tax provisions affecting business investment, 
marital status as a factor in Federal income tax rates, and the 
current status of general review sharing. 



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EDUCATION AND PUBLIC WELFARE DIVISION 



The economic decline during fiscal 1975 had a strong influence 
on the workload of the Education and Public Welfare Division—both 
increasing it and changing its emphasis. Unemployment insurance, public 
service jobs, and proposed health insurance for the unemployed all 
became active legislative concerns stemming directly from, the economic 
downturn. 

As in the past, the division continued to work closely with 
congressional committee staffs in the development of many aspects of 
social legislation. Division health specialists actively participated 
in the consideration of comprehensive health planning, health manpower, 
medical malpractice, and the continuing deliberations on national health 
insurance. Activity in the area of social services and income maintenance 
programs called upon the resources of the division in the areas of 
social security financing, food stamps, child care, supplemental security 
income programs, social services, older Americans, manpower programs, 
and railroad retirement benefits. Education analysts continued to 
work closely with committee staffs in monitoring the effects of the 
1974 Education Amendments and provided active support to subcommittee 
staffs with pending legislation concerning vocational, higher, and 
handicapped education programs. The division specialist in immigration 
maintained a close working relationship with committee staff throughout 
congressional deliberations on the Vietnam refugee situation. The 
division specialists in gun control and drug abuse provided assistance 
in support of renewed legislative interest in gun control and international 
narcotics traffic. 

Division specialists assisted with committee oversight of 
the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Law Enforcement Assistance 
Administration and also provided oversight support in the areas of 
Medicare and Medicaid. Their contributions appeared in committee 
prints and reports analyzing pending legislation on health insurance 
for the unemployed, private pension reform, social services, child 
nutrition and child care, health manpower, and unemployment compensation. 
Other division analyses appearing in congressional publications addressed 
such subjects as medical malpractice, physician salaries in the 
Veterans' Administration, the public assistance budget, drug industry 
competition, juvenile justice, and international narcotics control. 

The need for specialized computer analysis was apparent in 
a number of areas. In this regard, the Education and Public Welfare 
Division continued its computer-based study of the funding elements of 
the 1974 Education Amendments and compared various aid formulas for 
educational assistance to federally impacted areas and student financial 
assistance programs. Computer software packages were used to assist 
in legislative and data analyses of formula grants under the Older 
Americans Act and for the collation of a survey on national child 
assistance programs. Overall, the division authored over 60 multilithed 
reports, 27 issue briefs, and answered 12,434 requests. 



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ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY DIVISION 



Responses to 5,304 requests for services in environmental, 
land use, energy, minerals, agriculture, and related policy areas were 
prepared by the Environmental Policy Division in FY 1975. The 
energy-related bills introduced in the 94th Congress through June-- 
some 1 ,000--generated increased assistance to the Senate Interior and 
Insular Affairs Committee and to the House Interstate and Foreign 
Commerce, Interior and Insular Affairs, and Ways and Means Committee, 
and to a new subcommittee of the Joint Atomic Energy Committee. The 
numerous major project requests from these and several other 
committees encouraged mul tidiscipl inary approaches within the division 
and frequently the cooperative efforts of several analysts on a 
single project. 

The extent of work for committees is manifested by the 
attribution of division contributions in some 23 congressional docu- 
ments this year. Among these were committee prints providing a 
comprehensive analysis of legislative and policy activities during 
the 93rd Congress affecting all natural resources; a separate analysis 
of air pollution legislation, issues, relevant court actions, and 
activities of governmental and private organizations; legislative 
histories of the National Environmental Policy and Solid Waste Disposal 
Acts; an evaluation of the economic impacts of air and water quality 
standards in rural areas; a study of field hearings testimony 
concerning the development of outer continental shelf oil and gas in 
southern California; and an analysis of the questionnaire responses 
from State recreation officials on a series of economic and 
environmental issues. Division staff members compiled selected 
readings on energy conservation, on emerging issues relating to water 
needs for future energy development and, as background for hearings, 
a reader on existing research and development pertaining to sulfates 
in the atmosphere. 

The division prepared reports and in other ways assisted 
committee staff with hearings on environmental research and develop- 
ment, energy conservation and housing, organization for control of 
nuclear exports, critical areas in relation to land use legislation, 
and outdoor recreation and national parks. Extensive legislative 
assistance was provided on draft amendments to the Fish and Wildlife 
Coordination Act of 1958. Summaries of the major issues associated 
with amendment of the Clean Air Act were prepared prior to hearings of 
the Senate Public Works Committee, and late in the year the testimony 
of witnesses in oversight hearings on the Act was summarized on an 
issue-by-issue basis. 

Some 16 division analysts contributed to a critique of the 
fifth annual report of the Council on Environmental Quality, at the 
request of the Senate Interior and Insular Affairs Committee. To 
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protection manpower, preparatory to subcommittee hearings in the subject, 
division staff conducted a formal questionnaire survey of Federal, 
industrial, and academic institutions and, for another subcommittee, 
surveyed the numerous projects underway in universities and research 
institutes concerning projected resource deficiencies and pollution 
problems associated with economic growth. Other assignments entailed 
a comparison of the roles of directors in the major nuclear energy 
regulatory commissions, analysis of programs that facilitate the promotion 
of beef and other agricultural products, and reports on the availability 
of aluminum and cooper resources. 



FOREIGN AFFAIRS DIVISION 

Congressional interest in foreign policy and in the U.S. 
agencies with responsibility in foreign affairs and national defense 
was particularly intense in FY 1975, as manifested in a variety of 
hearings, investigations, and debates. The Soviet Union's abrogation 
of the bilateral trade agreement with the United States, Turkey's 
seizure of a substantial area of northern Cyprus, the sudden fall of 
South Vietnam, the continuing crisis in the Middle East, massive 
purchases of U.S. military equipment by Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Jordan, 
and the deteriorating situations in India and Portugal were a few of 
the critical problems that made fiscal 1975 an exceptionally active 
year for the Foreign Affairs Division. Altogether, the division 
responded to 6,402 congressional requests, 16 percent more than 
in fiscal 1974. 

International concerns gave rise to a number of studies. 
Among the most notable were: a study prepared for the Senate Majority 
Leader's trip to China on domestic and foreign policy in the Peoples' 
Republic of China; a paper published in Senate subcommittee hearings 
on "Negotiations and a Settlement in Cambodia"; a study published as 
a print by the House Special Subcommittee on Investigations concerning 
"Greece and Turkey: Some Military Implications Related to NATO and the 
Middle East"; and a series of papers prepared in collaboration with 
the Environmental Policy Division concerning the relations between 
the oil industry and various foreign governments, notably France, 
Italy, the Netherlands, Germany, and Japan which have been issued as 
prints by the Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. 

Cooperation between the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations 
and the House Committee on International Relations has resulted in 
the division's undertaking certain projects for the two committees 
jointly. Two years of work involving 20 CRS researchers resulted in 
the study, "The Role of Advisory Committees in U.S. Foreign Policy," 
published as a joint committee print. Describing the organization 
and activities of more than 50 advisory committees, the study examined 
an area of activity that had been targeted for congressional oversight 



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by the passage in 1972 of the Federal Advisory Committee Act. Another 
continuing effort on behalf of both committees was the monitoring of 
executive branch reports to Congress relating to international security 
affairs. The entire data base regarding reporting requirements and 
reports received has been put into the Library's computer and is being 
kept up-to-date for the use of the two committees and others interested. 
As a special service to the House International Relations Committee, 
the division continued to prepare monthly chronologies covering seven 
areas of the committee's concern: arms control, Indochina, the Middle 
East, international aspects of the energy problem, U.S. relations with 
Western Europe, U.S. relations with the Soviet Union and the People's 
Republic of China, and the Cyprus crisis. 

The newly formed Budget Committees generated activity both 
through their own work and as a result of their requirements on other 
standing committees. For example, the Foreign Affairs Division assisted 
with a draft of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee's report to the 
Senate Budget Committee on the Administration's budget proposals. With 
strong additions to the staff of defense analysts, the division was 
able to prepare a summary analysis of the fiscal 1976 defense budget 
for the two Budget Committees, as well as a paper highlighting probable 
major issues in the defense budget. Division personnel continued to work 
in close cooperation with the staffs of the Senate Armed Services 
Committee and the Defense Subcommittee of the House Appropriations 
Committee. In both instances, analysts provided support in a variety 
of ways before and during hearings on defense legislation. In addition, 
at the request of the Joint Committee on Defense Production, the 
division prepared a comprehensive survey of legislation and executive 
orders relating to the committee's area of jurisdiction and assisted 
the committee's staff in obtaining pertinent information from agencies 
of the executive branch. 

The division provided assistance to the Commission on the 
Organization of the Government for the Conduct of Foreign Policy. 
Several senior analysts were invited to testify before a Commission 
subcommittee concerning information and research facilities available 
to Congress in the field of international security affairs. 



GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL RESEARCH DIVISION 

Reorganized early in the year, the Government and General 
Research Division now operates in three major research groups to cover 
Congress and politics, government operations, and national affairs 
research, respectively. Although this distinct grouping assures 
systematic tracking of information and appropriate quality review of 
research reports, analysts from all sections frequently work together 
to produce comprehensive analyses. 



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Division specialists on the Congress responded to greatly 
increased numbers of requests from committees and Members for analyses 
of institutional changes made and proposed for the Congress in recent 
years, most notably the recommendations of the House Select Committee 
on Committees and reforms effected by the House Administration 
Committee. Among other assignments, the staff assisted several new 
subcommittees in their organization, prepared several committee 
histories, revised for the Senate Rules and Administration Committee 
its committee print on the cloture rule, represented CRS and congressional 
needs in Bureau of the Census planning for the 1980 census, and 
analyzed the role of Congress in the Bicentennial celebrations. Staff 
assistance to committees on political process questions included 
a survey, in preparation for hearings on lobbying in the executive 
branch, of the procedures used by Federal agencies for recording 
communications from persons outside the agency; a critical analysis 
of public opinion polls on legislative issues; and the drafting of 
portions of a committee report on a joint resolution providing for 
the direct election of the President and Vice President. 

Expanded congressional interest in oversight of the executive 
branch encouraged the government operations staff to offer new assistance 
in oversight methods, techniques, procedures, and resources to many 
committees and Members. Staff undertook related, comprehensive 
research to identify the types and use of oversight resources and 
techniques, analyze the extent to which certain agencies and programs 
have been administered in compliance with congressional intent, 
determine how effectively several agencies with inspection 
responsibilities have performed their duties, and describe the extent 
to which Congress has written the committee veto into legislation as 
a tool of oversight. Domestic Federal intelligence-gathering agencies 
were the subject of a wide range of research questions received from 
oversight and investigatory committees. 



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As a result of the Congressional Budget and Impoundment 
Control Act of 1974, many Members, the two Budget Committees, and othe 
committees utilized the division's expertise in budget procedures 
and impoundments. Two major efforts involved the preparation of a 
exhaustive glossary of budget terminology and a report on the uses 
of confidential funds. 

Nearly all committees and subcommittees and most Member 
offices called upon the national affairs staff during the year. 
Women's affairs analysts worked closely with committees and Members 
on the Equal Rights Amendment (now before State legislatures for 
ratification), made major studies of conflicts in Federal sex 
discrimination regulations, and analyzed legislation concerning women 
in military academies and equal credit. Experts on Indian affairs 
completed major reviews of Indian legislation considered in the 93rd 
Congress, submarginal lands policy from 1934 to 1974, and all Federal 



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service programs for American Indians. Historians completed a major 
study of American Samoa, a compendium of "firsts" and records in the 
House, and a chronology of events in the era of the American Revolution. 
Speechwriters prepared specialized materials to aid Members in 
responding to inquiries about the Bicentennial and humanists analyzed 
cultural and religious perspectives on a variety of controversial 
issues. In sum, the division responded to 9,006 requests. 



SCIENCE POLICY RESEARCH DIVISION 

Specialists in the Science Policy Research Division are involved 
in a broad spectrum of legislative issues. The nature of the division's 
support frequently involves consultation with congressional staffs for 
the preparation of tailored memoranda and the supply of technical inputs 
to background studies and many phases of congressional hearings. Among 
the more visible products of cooperative efforts are the reports and 
studies published by congressional committees. The division contributed 
in whole or in part to 44 committee prints in FY 1975. 

In the field of health policy, the division responded to questions 
and drafted reports on nutrition and food additives, toxic substances 
in the environment, animal research, fetal research, diseases, chemical 
and biological warfare, and the budget of the National Institutes of 
Health. Reports on genetic engineering, Federal regulation of human 
experimentation, and medical device legislation appeared in committee 
prints. 

Congressional interest in energy issues continued to influence 
division efforts. Science policy analysts examined secondary and 
tertiary oil recovery methods for the House Science and Technology 
Subcommittee on Energy, provided hearings assistance and contributed to 
a print on oil shale technology, and summarized the issues surrounding 
the development of oil and gas on the outer continental shelf with 
analysis of the impact of such development on the coastal States. For 
the Office of Technology Assessment, the division contributed to an 
analysis of the feasibility of separating exploration from production 
of oil and gas on the outer continental shelf. Other studies focused 
on coal technology, solar energy, geothermal power, the proposed 
hydrogen economy (using hydrogen as a means of storing and distributing 
energy), alternative nuclear power systems, and the Energy Research 
and Development Agency budget. 

Studies were completed on various aspects of ocean resources, 
including prints on the (chiefly polluting) effects of man's activities 
on the marine environment, the development of U.S. and Canadian tar 
sands, the problem of ocean manganese nodules, and the third U.N. Law 
of the Sea Conference. A contract study on the economic value of ocean 
resources to the United States and a preliminary survey of Soviet ocean 
activities were conducted at the request of the Senate Commerce Committee. 



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Numerous queries were generated by materials 
rising materials costs, the problems of seeking substitutes, and the 
accompanying repercussions on energy consumption, the environment, the 
economy, and international trade. The responsibilities and interests 
of 20 Federal agencies in domestic material resources were summarized 
in a report for the Senate Public Works Committee. 

Other areas of study have included means for supplying the 
President with science advice, priorities for science research, program 
evaluation, and the budget of the National Science Foundation. The 
division has been involved in high-level policy considerations of 
technology transfer, with regard both to the spin-offs and benefits 
that Congress seeks from expenditures for space and to the general 
problems of high technology impact on international trade and the U.S. 
competitive position in the world. 

Multilithed reports were prepared on hunger and malnutrition 
in the United States, the status of the sickle cell disease program, 
health problems caused by vinyl chloride, background and policy issues 
in the Apollo-Soyuz space project, the conduct and use of program 
evaluation in Congress and the executive branch, the electric vehicle 
as an alternative to gas-powered cars, and other subjects. Division 
staff cleared a total of 5,977 requests. 



SENIOR SPECIALISTS DIVISION 

Senior specialists in CRS form a unique interdisciplinary 
division that provides high-level research support to congressional 
offices. In addition, through research and administrative associations 
with other CRS divisions, they serve a unifying role within the Service, 
coordinating the efforts of many divisions on specific projects and 
influencing overall research directions. Senior specialists were 
involved in 40 of the 67 major interdisciplinary projects completed 
this year, usually as project coordinators, and responded to some 
2,000 Member and committee requests. 

At the request of the House Subcommittee on Domestic 
Marketing and Consumer Relations, the Senior Specialist in Agriculture 
prepared a legislative proposal for a commodity reserve policy. Published 
in the Congressional Record , the report analyzed the issues involved 
in building stocks of farm commodity reserves, the purposes of such 
stocks, and their desirability from the standpoint of strategic 
security. Another study that appeared in a committee print of the 
Senate Agriculture and Forestry Committee examined the economic adequacy 
of present income protection programs for agriculture and estimated that, 
depending on weather conditions, net incomes for farmers would vary 
from $12 billion to $30 billion in 1975. Analytical reports were 



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prepared on the history and major current issues of U.S. trade 
legislation and on the implications for American agriculture of the 
Trade Reform Act of 1973. 

For the House International Relations Committee, the Senior 
Specialist in International Economics prepared a report on the 
principal issues and policy options available in U.S. foreign economic 
policy. To assist congressional consideration of Administration proposals 
to convert the Earth Resources Satellite program from the experimental 
stage to an operational system, the Senior Specialist in National 
Security prepared a study on the International Aspects of Earth Resources 
Satellites and one regarding the United Nations Convention on 
Registration of Objects Launched into Outer Space. Further committee 
study examined the implications for the United States of the Western 
European broadcasting frequency plan, particularly in relation to 
funding authorizations for U.S. agencies broadcasting from Western 
European to communist countries. 

The general state of Soviet-American relations and detente 
generated considerable interest within the Congress. The Senior 
Specialist in International Affairs responded with major studies on 
detente in Soviet-American relations between 1972 and 1974, on the 
"Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe: The Soviet Approach," 
and a widely used issue brief on detente with the Soviet Union. The 
same specialist completed another in the series of CRS case studies 
examining the relationship of science and technology to the formulation 
and conduct of U.S. foreign policy. Published as a committee print, 
this recent work is entitled "Brain Drain: A Study of the Persistent 
Issue of International Scientific Mobility." 

Reports were issued in the defense field on Strategic Nuclear 
Delivery Systems, the Means of Measuring Naval Power with Specific 
Reference to U.S. and Soviet Activities in the Indian Ocean, and the 
Department of Defense Reorganization Act of 1958. In other diverse 
assignments, senior specialists were asked to evaluate the need 
for and effects of the proposed Emergency Home Owners Relief Act, 
assist during hearings on taxpayer assistance and compliance programs 
of the Internal Revenue Service, evaluate various estimates of 
domestic uranium reserves and resources, and analyze Federal research 
and demonstrations in new transit technology, using the project 
at Morgantown, West Virginia as an example. 



CHAPTER III. SPECIAL RESEARCH SERVICES 

The Service has greatly increased the range and extent of its 
research work for Members and committees in recent years. Some 700 
major research projects were underway in fiscal 1975, many of these 
involving interdivisional cooperation. Formal project groups were 
established in the areas of ocean policy and futures research. Lists 
of subjects and policy areas were prepared for the 94th Congress and 
significantly expanded activity was notable in CRS contracting, 
seminars for Congress, and cooperative endeavors with other congressional 
agencies. 



INTERDIVISIONAL PROJECTS 

The Service brings together a great diversity of specialists 
whose varying professional backgrounds and perspectives and differing 
areas of technical expertise can be focused on specific legislative 
projects to provide a genuinely multidiscipl inary result. There is a 
diversity of skills within each research division—the Science Policy 
Division, for example, includes engineers, life scientists, oceanographers 
materials experts, energy specialists, physicists, and space experts-- 
and between divisions, ranging from lawyers and political scientists to 
specialists in foreign policy, national defense, labor and employment, 
macro economics, land use policy, taxation, the Federal Budget, the 
Congress, education, transportation, and many other fields. 

The Service has attempted to increase and facilitate 
multidiscipl inary initiatives in recent years and some of its most 
significant research projects now entail the combined efforts of 
several divisions and analysts. A fifth of all major project research 
time was spent on interdivisional projects and the number of these 
increased to 109, 42 percent more than in FY 1974. A sample listing 
of interdivisional projects follows. 

--In work for the House Judiciary Committee, analysts from 
the American Law and Government Divisions prepared several background 
reports on the subject of politics and the administration of justice. 
The study was to assist the Committee's oversight of the Department 
of Justice with respect to the influence of politics on Department 
personnel and the proposal for a permanent special prosecutor. 
Several controversies emanating from Watergate that involved the 
integrity of Federal justice and the historical use of special 
prosecutors were analyzed. Specialists in the Foreign Affairs Division 
contributed a comparative study of the politics and administration of 
justice in England, France, West Germany, and Japan. 

--More than 20 analysts were involved in the compilation, 
evaluation, and analysis of available materials on the 35 legislative 
proposals of the Senate "Watergate" Committee. Separate reports were 
prepared on each proposal to assist in drafting a comprehensive 
bill. Assistance was later provided to the Senate Government Operations 
Committee in connection with hearings on the proposed Watergate Reform Act, 

(19) 



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--To assist House Judiciary Committee consideration of the 
nomination of Nelson Rockefeller for Vice President, more than 100 
staff days were invested in producing a series of indepth analyses 
of the nominee's positions on a number of public policy issues, including 
his views on the responsibilities of a public servant, the function 
and roles of government, and various issues arising during his tenure 
as governor of New York. The papers were organized by committee staff 
and issued in a committee print entitled "Selected Issues and the 
Positions of Nelson A. Rockefeller, Nominee for Vice President of the 
United States." 

--Prior to budget hearings of the House Appropriations 
Committee, analysts in five divisions contributed to an overview and 
functional analysis of the President's Budget for fiscal year 1976. 
The CRS analyses were issued in three multilithed reports that provided, 
respectively, an analysis of budget trends and highlights by 
function, an overview of the Budget with emphasis on its economic 
impact and possible policy alternatives, and a collection of quotations 
from eleven economists on questions concerning the economic outlook, 
the President's budget proposals, and fiscal policy. Selected questions 
on various aspects of the budget and economy were drafted for the 
Committee's use during hearings. 

--CRS staff provided extensive support to the Interior 
Subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee for FY 1976 budget 
hearings. Budget and program reviews of 17 Federal agency budgets were 
prepared by ten analysts, who served in an advisory capacity before 
and during the hearings. 

--Two senior staff members provided briefing papers and 
backup support to the House Select Committee on Committees during Rules 
Committee hearings and subsequent floor debate on H. Res. 988, 
the Committee Reform Amendments of 1974. An explanation of the 
Resolution, as adopted, published in a committee print, became the 
definitive interpretation of the House floor action and codified 
changes in the House Rules. Another committee print organized, by 
committee and subject, the correspondence that had been received by 
the Select Committee, which disclosed the attitudes and interests of 
particular Members, pressure groups, lobbyists, and organizers of 
campaigns on the subject of House reform. 

--At the request of a Senator serving on the National Commission 
on Supplies and Shortages, eight analysts in four CRS divisions 
reported on major materials monitoring structures in the Federal 
Government. The study provided a listing and evaluation of agencies 
that monitor materials supplies and shortages, factual information on 
materials susceptible to shortages, and two assessments on the problem 
of materials vulnerable to international cartel control. 



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--An interdivisional team of ten supplied extensive support 
to the House Ways and Means Committee during hearings on energy policy. 
Three committee prints, two informal briefing papers (prepared for use 
in drafting H.R. 5005), and many hours of consultation on various 
aspects of energy policy resulted. Similar comprehensive assistance 
was provided to the House Subcommittee on Fisheries and Wildlife 
Conservation and the Environment during hearings on growth and the 
environment. 

--For the Senate Commerce Committee and National Ocean Policy 
Study, the Service prepared an indepth report, published as a 
committee print, on "Soviet Ocean Activities: A Preliminary Survey." 
Salient aspects of Soviet activities with regard to marine affairs 
and the ocean environment were explored, as well as the implications 
of Soviet ocean policy for the United States. 

--One of several projects on U.S. intelligence agencies 
initiated this year surveyed the FBI's statutory and executive authority 
for conducting active counter-espionage, gathering intelligence on 
foreign sabotage, and investigating the infiltration of government 
agencies and domestic groups. Information was also supplied on the 
extent of the Bureau's activities in these areas, as background for 
subcommittee hearings. 

--The 14th committee print in the House International Relations 
Committee's series on science, technology and american diplomacy 
entitled "Science and Technology in the Department of State" was 
issued in June 1975. The series is a joint project of the Science 
Policy Research, Foreign Affairs and National Defense, Ecomonics, 
and Senior Specialists divisions. 

Other interdivisional efforts produced a survey of State laws 
and regulations that affect consumer prices, a specialized thesaurus 
of terms used by the Subcommittee on Multinational Corporations for 
use in preparing abstracts of the Subcommittee's materials, and a survey 
and analysis of Federal statutes related to non-military scientific 
research and development. Reports were prepared on such congressional 
techniques of oversight as the congressional veto and the internal 
control of executive agencies provided by legislation. Proposed 
alternatives for financing the Washington METRO rail system was analyzed 
for the House District of Columbia Committee and a report prepared on 
U.S. commitments in specific regional areas of the world for the Senate 
Armed Services Committee. For submission by the Congress to the Inter- 
Parliamentary Union, several analysts drafted answers to more than 50 
questions posed by a Union questionnaire on the economic and social 
conditions of women in the United States. A summary review of U.S. 
food and nutrition policy was prepared for the Office of Technology 
Assessment. 



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At the request of individual Members, CRS reported on the 
activities of futures group in various States, summarizing factors which 
have led to the trend toward creating State futures commissions and 
the experience of these organizations. Other reports were prepared 
on the compliance costs of safety laws, the history of the British 
Official Secrets Act, and the proposed establishment of an Office of 
Food Administration. In support of a committee drafting legislation, 
a report was prepared to explain the importance of ocean space and 
provide justification for a large-scale Federal effort to explore and 
exploit the resources of the ocean. 

Forty-eight percent more major projects were underway this 
year than last. A major research project requires substantial analytical 
work, involving a significant investment of time, and work at a relatively 
senior level. By source, 500 projects were in process at the request 
of committees and subcommittees, 97 at the request of Members, and 
112 on an anticipatory basis. Major projects were performed for 78 
percent of all committees and 30 percent of all subcommittees. Of the 
383 projects completed, each requiring an average of 30 staff days, 23 
percent appeared in a committee print or other congressional document, 
15 percent provided hearings and other legislative assistance, 11 percent 
resulted in CRS multiliths, and the remainder provided analytical and 
background reports on a diversity of legislative issues. 



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CRS MAJOR PROJECTS, BY SOURCE, FY 1975 



New Projects + 



Projects Carried Over 
from Previous Years 



TOTAL - Completed 
PROJECTS Projects 



Projects in 
Process 
June 30 



Commi ttee 


397 


103 


500 


265 


235 


Member 


83 


14 


97 


64 


33 


Anticipatory 


98 


14 


112 


54 


58 


Totals 


578 


131 


709 


383 


326 


Percent 


81% 


19% 


100% 


54% 


46% 



MAJOR PROJECTS, BV DIVISION, FY 1975 



Division 



Total Projects 
in Process 


Projects 
Completed 


Staff Days Spent on 
Completed Projects 


58 


40 




834 


56 


30 




811 


70 


43 




1,453 


91 


51 




1,294 


102 


44 




2,384 


68 


27 




626 


133 


70 




1,616 


22 


11* 




196 


109 


67 




2,181 



American Law 

Economics 

Education & Public Welfare 

Environmental Policy 

Foreign Affairs 

Govt. & General Research 

Science Policy 

Senior Specialist 

Interdivisional 



Totals 



709 



383 



11,395 



*Senior Specialists also contributed to 40 of the 67 interdivisional projects 
completed. 



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CRS MAJOR PROJECTS FOR COMMITTEES. 
BY TYPE OF COMMITTEE, 1974-75 



Type of Committee/Subcommittee 



FY 1975 



Percent 



FY 1974 Percent Change 



House Standing 
House Select 
Senate Standing 
Senate Select/Special 
Joint 



217 


43% 


149 


+46% 


5 


1% 


5 


-- 


240 


48% 


196 


+22% 


10 


2% 


5 


+100% 


28 


6% 


13 


+1 1 5% 


312 


62% 


185 


+69% 


188 


38% 


183 


+3% 



Full Committees 
Subcommittees 



TOTAL PROJECTS 



500 



100% 



368 



■36% 



COMMITTEES SERVED BY MAJOR PROJECTS, FY 1975 



Type of Committee 


Full Committees 
Served 


Subcommittees 
Served 


Total 


House Standing 


18 


45 


63 


House Select 


2 





2 


Senate Standing 


14 


37 


51 


Senate Select/Special 


4 


1 


5 


Joint 


5 


3 


8 


TOTAL SERVED 


43 


86 


129 


Total Possible 

Percent of Total Served 


55 
78% 


285 

30% 


340 
38% 



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COMMITTEES SERVED BY MAJOR PROJECTS, FY 1973-75 



Fiscal 


Number 


Total 


Percent of 


Year 


Served 


Possible 


Total Served 


1975 


129 


340 


38% 


1974 


125 


315 


40% 


1973 


77 


315 


24% 



The Service has recently begun a more formal, yet flexible, 
system for establishing and monitoring interdi visional and interdisci- 
plinary groups to enhance Service-wide coordination and review of 
work in specific issue areas. Such groups were formed to handle energy 
requests and, in the past year, the numerous projects and activities 
undertaken for select committee investigations of U.S. intelligence 
agencies. Continuing in this direction in FY 1975, the Service 
established two project groups that are directly responsive to 
congressional needs and requests, as well as focal points within 
CRS, for the respective issues areas of ocean policy and futures 
research. 



Ocean and Coastal Resources Project 

The Service's Ocean and Coastal Resources Project (OCRP) was 
established January 30, 1975 to provide support to the Senate's 
National Ocean Policy Study (NOPS) and the House Ad Hoc Select 
Committee on the Outer Continental Shelf. Authorized in 1974 by 
S. Res. 222, NOPS is a cooperative effort among eight Senate committees 
to study the extent and potential of ocean and coastal resources and 
the impact that development of these resources may have on the 
environment. Its purpose is to provide an information base for 
developing a national policy for managing the resources of oceans 
and coastal areas. Six CRS staff members with interdisciplinary 
backgrounds have been assigned to OCRP. In addition, the Service retains 
a consultant on marine resources to supplement the staff resources 
of CRS and NOPS. 



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During the latter half of the fiscal year, the OCRP staff 
assisted in developing legislation for managing the development of oil 
and gas on the Outer Continental Shelf, which was eventually 
incorporated into the proposed amendments to the Outer Continental 
Shelf Lands Act; completed studies on the impact of energy facilities 
and oil and gas development in the Outer Continental Shelf on the 
coastal zone, which are scheduled for publication as committee prints; 
worked with House and Senate staff on amendments to the Coastal Zone 
Management act pertaining to these issues; and provided studies and 
other support on marine fisheries legislation relating to the proposed 
extension of the fisheries zone off U.S. coasts from 12 to 200 miles. 
A study of the organization of Federal ocean programs was also 
completed, as well as an update of the committee print on the Third 
Law of the Sea Conference. 



Futures Research Group 

The Service established a small "futures group" and Futures 
Research Advisory Panel in February 1975 to provide information, 
methodological support, and coordination on futures work throughout 
CRS. Because of its potential contribution to the identification and 
analysis of emerging public policy issues, the discipline of future 
research and forecasting is expected to become an integral aspect of 
work in all CRS research divisions. Various responsibilities of the 
futures group include the development of a series of working seminars 
on futures research and forecasting for CRS staff members, the design 
of a future-oriented information system to meet congressional needs 
fa recent House reform measure requires that House committees perform 
a forecasting function), and assistance to the Director in his work 
as a member of the Office of Technology Assessment's Advisory Council. 
The staff is currently monitoring the preparation of a comprehensive 
two-volume work on futures research, Resources for America's Third 
Century , which is being authored by the World Future Society under 
contract agreement with CRS and the National Science Foundation. In 
addition, the staff is responsive to congressional requests for general 
futures information, analysis, and forecasts. 



SUBJECT AND POLICY AREA LISTS 

A major new responsibility for CRS was the Legislative 
Reorganization Act directive that at the opening of a new Congress 
the Service provide each committee with "a list of subjects and policy 
areas which the committee might profitably analyze in depth." The 
purpose of these lists is to assist congressional committees in planning 
their agendas for the forthcoming Congress, to inform them of CRS 
research capabilities in various areas, and generally to encourage 
closer coordination between CRS and the committees it serves. 



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Teams of CRS analysts first prepared lists for the 93rd 
Congress and completed a second effort this year for committees 
in the 94th Congress. As in FY 1973, CRS team coordinators were 
instructed to discuss the preliminary lists with committee staff 
members in the interest of preparing a tailored and useful product. 
At committee requests, most of the final lists included a concise 
analysis of each subject. The 37 lists were delivered to 17 House 
committees, 16 Senate committees, and four joint committees in early 
1975. 

As the following comparisons show, the efficiency of this 
activity was improved in FY 1975; more subjects were identified yet 
using only approximately half the staff resources required in FY 1973 



FY 1975 FY 1973 

Number of Teams 

Number of CRS Participants 

Man-days Spent 

Number of Lists Prepared 

Committees Receiving the Lists 

Average Number of Subjects 

Per List 23 



One of the more important benefits ensuing from the list 
preparation process is the furtherance of another obligation under 
the 1970 Act that CRS "maintain continuous liaison with all committees. 
Close ties between CRS and many committees have been established. The 
process has proved useful in developing consensus on issues requiring 
study and on the most appropriate CRS role with respect to various 
committee activities. 



EXTERNAL RESEARCH CONTRACTS 

With the increasing demands of the Congress for wide-ranging 
and technical research, occasions inevitably arise when CRS must draw 
on outside sources to respond fully to a request. Through its con- 
tracting authority the Service has available a spectrum of resources 
from the private and academic research communities. This ability to 
draw on outside expertise for both quick response and longer-term 
projects has greatly enhanced the Service's capacity to meet 
congressional needs over the past three years. In addition, the Service's 
contracts officer has on request assisted committees in developing, 
negotiating and monitoring their own contracts. 



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37 


165 


144 


325+ 


600+ 


37 


45 


37 


46 



72-526 O - 76 - 3 



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The number of CRS contracts let in fiscal 1975 (34) was 
doubled those let in fiscal 1973. Twenty-three were in response to 
requests from 14 committees, including five House committees, eight 
Senate committees and one joint committee. Five contracts were let 
in response to requests from individual Members and one in response 
to a request from the Senate's National Ocean Policy Study (NOPS). 
Five additional contracts with Congress-wide application were 
negotiated for congressional seminars, futures research and other 
projects. Funds appropriated for these external research projects have 
increased from $151,000 in FY 1973 and $251,000 in FY 1974 to $351,000 
in FY 1975. 

As in previous years, contract efforts reflected major 
public policy concerns of the Congress in both domestic and foreign 
affairs. Such social issues as national health insurance, social 
security, military pensions and retirement pay and foreign affairs 
issues (e.g. the impact of the nongovernmental U.S. media on foreign 
countries, the effects of U.S. food policy in Latin America) were the 
dominant areas of study. Studies also were made of the mechanics and 
results of Federal R&D efforts, the options available in the 
creation of a Federal oceans agency, and of computer simulation 
model ing. 



SEMINARS FOR CONGRESS 

CRS increased its sponsorship of seminars on public policy 
issues and other, more specialized subjects of interest to the Congress 
In cooperation with the Advanced Study Program of the Brookings 
Institution, seminars with nationally prominent speakers were held 
for Members of Congress on the issues of national materials policy, 
the impact of petro-dollars on the U.S. and world economies, tax 
policy, the energy crisis and its domestic impact, help for the 
unemployed, and the Federal Government and transportation policy. 
The parallel series of seminars for senior congressional staff, also 
featuring experts from relevant policy fields, addressed food 
scarcity, agricultural policy, U.S. international trade and invest- 
ment policies, jobs, welfare and the economy, and major trends in 
energy policy thinking. The series were attended by 102 Members 
and 382 staff respectively. 

In conjunction with the Brookings Institution, CRS 
sponsored a new series of three one-day seminars for freshman 
Members of the 94th Congress. The sessions were held in the Library 
of Congress during February and March and were designed to brief 
new Members on a number of key legislative issues before the 94th 
Congress. These included unemployment and inflation, tax policies 
and reform, budget and expenditure policies, health care, welfare 
reform, U.S. defense policy, and such international concerns as 
energy, food, and relations between the Soviet Union and China. 



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A third annual series of seminars was held on national growth 
policy for Members and their senior staff aides. Featured were 
speakers from the social science research community with professional 
expertise on issues of urban growth. Attended by more than 300 persons, 
the seminars explored the President's 1974 National Growth Report, 
changing patterns of urbanization in the United States, growth 
management techniques, State and local perspectives on national urban 
growth policy, and related subjects. 

Several special seminar programs were held for congressional 
staff. One on the subject of legislative oversight and program 
evaluation reviewed in three sessions general legislative responsi- 
bilities and resources for oversight and evaluation, four legislative 
committee case studies, current evaluation methods, and evaluation pro- 
jects in the executive branch. An average of 75 congressional staff 
members attended each session. Two programs on the development of the 
outer continental shelf and coastal zone management were held at the 
request of the chairman of the National Ocean Policy Study. Designed 
for the Study's Members, staff, and others with a special interest 
in ocean policy matters, the seminars were part of a continuing series 
of working sessions that CRS will host periodically during the existence 
of NOPS. Other special programs addressed the future of the economy, 
modeling technology, and futures research. 



COOPERATION WITH OTHER LEGISLATIVE AGENCIES 

To provide the Congress with high quality research and 
maximum benefit from its information resource agencies, CRS is 
endeavoring to assist the recently established Congressional Budget 
Office (CBO) and the Office of Technology Assessment (OTA) and to 
cooperate on projects and information exchanges with the General 
Accounting Office (GAO). 

The Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act 
(P.L. 93-344), enacted in July 1974, called for the creation of a 
Congressional Budget Office and authorized its Director "to obtain 
information, data, estimates, and statistics developed by the 
General Accounting Office, the Library of Congress, and the Office of 
Technology Assessment, and (upon agreement with them) to utilize 
their services, facilities, and personnel with or without 
reimbursement. " 

Since the CBO Director's appointment in February 1975, CRS 
and CBO staff have had several exchange briefings on the roles 
and services of the two agencies and the Service has received many 
requests. One CRS information specialist assisted in drafting 
requests for proposals on the development of automated fiscal- 
budgetary and legislative scorekeeping information support systems 



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and served as senior technical adviser to the CBO Director's staff 
in meetings with several information systems groups. In addition, 
he organized and coordinated for CBO a two-day seminar featuring 
demonstrations of selected fiscal -budgetary automated information 
systems used by State legislatures. 

A CRS Senior Specialist in American Government assisted 
with the development of specifications for the current service budget, 
submitted to the Office of Management and Budget in November 1975, 
and represented CBO at various meetings dealing with informational 
resources for budgeting. A senior reference specialist was detailed 
to CBO for several months to assist in establishing its library 
and in facilitating staff access to CRS reports, bibliographic 
services, and the Bill Digest . 

During its first full year of operation, the Office of 
Technology Assessment frequently called on CRS for substantive 
research and assistance in monitoring ongoing activities of the 
staff and OTA contractors. For example, one Senior Specialist 
assisted the OTA materials program by reviewing plans, the submissions of 
contractors, and the progress of contracted work. Another has 
undertaken a comprehensive compilation and analysis of the most 
important recent studies on national energy policy. The senior 
specialist in transportation assisted OTA in organizing and 
monitoring a major assessment of automated guideway transit. Several 
continuing projects involve the tracking of legislation on such 
subjects as recycling, technology assessment in general, and the role 
of OTA. The Service provided copies of more than 2,000 articles 
cited in the SDI (Selective Dissemination of Information) bibliographic 
service and several on-demand bibliographies on subjects related 
to technology assessment. Altogether, the Service undertook 13 
major projects and cleared 919 requests for analytical reports, briefs, 
and general reference assistance. 

Various CRS analysts have developed close working ties 
with their counterparts in the General Accounting Office, leading 
to regular information exchanges on projects and cooperative efforts 
when appropriate. This year, for example, the senior specialist in 
transportation was asked to confer with GAO analysts on the annual 
AMTRAK audit; a foreign affairs analyst worked with GAO specialists 
on a study of foreign oil prices; a CRS specialist assisted in 
preparing a GAO nutrition study; CRS analysts conferred with their 
GAO counterparts on the issue of clemency for Vietnam veterans; and 
an oceanography specialist was asked to prepare comments on the 
GAO study of stratispheric drilling programs in frontier areas of 
the outer continental shelf. The two agencies continued their 
regular exchange of various publications and services. In addition, 
CRS provided copies of more than 1,000 multiliths, answered some 
1,600 requests for issue briefs, and prepared two dozen on-demand 
bibliographies for GAO staff. 



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For the past two years, under contract with GAO, the American 
Law Division has collected, indexed, and abstracted for publication 
information on Federal and State legislation and Federal court 
litigation pertaining to elections. This project continues but is now 
under the auspices of the new Federal Elections Commission, which 
assumed jurisdiction over many aspects of Federal elections by 
provisions of P.L. 93-443. 



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and served as senior technical adviser to the CBO Director's staff 
in meetings with several information systems groups. In addition, 
he organized and coordinated for CBO a two-day seminar featuring 
demonstrations of selected fiscal -budgetary automated information 
systems used by State legislatures. 

A CRS Senior Specialist in American Government assisted 
with the development of specifications for the current service budget, 
submitted to the Office of Management and Budget in November 1975, 
and represented CBO at various meetings dealing with informational 
resources for budgeting. A senior reference specialist was detailed 
to CBO for several months to assist in establishing its library 
and in facilitating staff access to CRS reports, bibliographic 
services, and the Bill Digest . 

During its first full year of operation, the Office of 
Technology Assessment frequently called on CRS for substantive 
research and assistance in monitoring ongoing activities of the 
staff and OTA contractors. For example, one Senior Specialist 
assisted the OTA materials program by reviewing plans, the submissions of 
contractors, and the progress of contracted work. Another has 
undertaken a comprehensive compilation and analysis of the most 
important recent studies on national energy policy. The senior 
specialist in transportation assisted OTA in organizing and 
monitoring a major assessment of automated guideway transit. Several 
continuing projects involve the tracking of legislation on such 
subjects as recycling, technology assessment in general, and the role 
of OTA. The Service provided copies of more than 2,000 articles 
cited in the SDI (Selective Dissemination of Information) bibliographic 
service and several on-demand bibliographies on subjects related 
to technology assessment. Altogether, the Service undertook 13 
major projects and cleared 919 requests for analytical reports, briefs, 
and general reference assistance. 

Various CRS analysts have developed close working ties 
with their counterparts in the General Accounting Office, leading 
to regular information exchanges on projects and cooperative efforts 
when appropriate. This year, for example, the senior specialist in 
transportation was asked to confer with GAO analysts on the annual 
AMTRAK audit; a foreign affairs analyst worked with GAO specialists 
on a study of foreign oil prices; a CRS specialist assisted in 
preparing a GAO nutrition study; CRS analysts conferred with their 
GAO counterparts on the issue of clemency for Vietnam veterans; and 
an oceanography specialist was asked to prepare comments on the 
GAO study of stratispheric drilling programs in frontier areas of 
the outer continental shelf. The two agencies continued their 
regular exchange of various publications and services. In addition, 
CRS provided copies of more than 1,000 multiliths, answered some 
1,600 requests for issue briefs, and prepared two dozen on-demand 
bibliographies for GAO staff. 



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For the past two years, under contract with GAO, the American 
Law Division has collected, indexed, and abstracted for publication 
information on Federal and State legislation and Federal court 
litigation pertaining to elections. This project continues but is now 
under the auspices of the new Federal Elections Commission, which 
assumed jurisdiction over many aspects of Federal elections by 
provisions of P.L. 93-443. 



CHAPTER IV. DOCUMENTATION AND STATUS OF LEGISLATION 



One of the earliest services offered by CRS was the precise 
and timely documentation of legislation before the Congress. CRS 
routinely provides summary and status information on all congressional 
bills and resolutions, major issues before the Congress, and legislative 
histories. More recently it has tracked the termination dates of 
legislative programs and activities, introduced a very well -received 
new service—the major issues system -- and prepared factual 
descriptions of House bills and resolutions for immediate publication 
in the Congressional Record . As with research and reference areas of 
service, the demand for assistance in this area is growing. Fortunately, 
all CRS documentation services are facilitated by modern computer 
program and storage capabilities. 



ISSUE BRIEFS 

The Major Issues System is the newest component of the 
Service's automated Legislative Display System (LIDS) and offers 
computerized reports known as "issue briefs" on a broad range of 
current legislative topics. The system became officially operational 
in November 1974 with formal announcements to the Congress by the 
respective chairmen of the Senate Rules and Administration and House 
Administration Committees. By this year's end, more than 60,000 
printed copies of issue briefs had been supplied at the request of 
645 different congressional offices. 

Each issue brief contains a definition of the issue, 
background analysis, citations to important legislation, a listing 
of relevant congressional hearings and reports, a chronology of 
significant developments bearing on the issue, and references to 
especially pertinent items in the professional literature. On June 30 
there were 174 titles available in the system, addressed to specific 
issues in the fields of economics, education, the environment, foreign 
affairs, government, law and science. The list of available issue 
brief titles is circulated regularly to all congressional offices. 

The Major Issues System Advisory Board, composed of the 
chief of the Office of Special Programs, the coordinator of the 
Major Issues System, CRS assistant division chiefs and other senior 
staff, has responsibility for monitoring the system and making 
recommendations to the Director regarding issues to be covered or 
omitted, priorities, and related procedures. For example, the Board 
held meetings prior to the convening of the 94th Congress to review 
the priority of existing subjects and assign new subjects in 
anticipation of their emergence as issues of likely concern to the 
Congress. The result was the removal of 35 titles which were no 
longer timely and the assignment of 65 new subjects. 

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Immediacy of both subject treatment and access is the 
distinctive characteristic of the Major Issues System. Issue briefs 
are updated frequently, sometimes daily, to reflect current legislative 
developments. This procedure involves contributions from more than 
one-third of the Service's subject specialists, editorial review by 
the issue briefs staff, and is complemented by the computer's ability 
to make quickly available the latest information on a subject, both 
via computer terminal and printed copy. Plans are being developed for 
increased topic coverage and improved cross-indexing of issue brief 
materials for easier, more rapid access by terminal users. 



FACTUAL DESCRIPTIONS 

The amendments to House Rule X, which were adopted by the 
House through the approval of H. Res. 988 in October 1974, include 
a provision affecting CRS. Clause 5(d) states: 

After the introduction in the House 
of each bill or resolution the 
Congressional Research Service of 
the Library of Congress shall pre- 
pare a factual description of the 
subject involved therein not to 
exceed one hundred words; such 
description shall be published in 
the Congressional Record and the 
Digest of Public General Bills and 
Resolutions as soon as possible 
after introduction. 

The Legislative Documentation Section of the American Law 
Division was assigned responsibility for preparing the 100-word 
factual descriptions. The section hired additional personnel and 
obtained new equipment in time to conduct a brief training before 
the 94th Congress convened on January 14, 1975. Factual statements 
have since been forwarded periodically in blocks of 100-200 for 
publication in the Congressional Record and are appended to each Bill 
Digest . Through June 1975 the staff prepared descriptions of 12,190 
House bills and resolutions, as are illustrated on an accompanying 
page. 

Although not required by the authorizing legislation, 
factual descriptions of Senate bills and resolutions are also being 
prepared and appended to the Bill Digest . All of the descriptive 
statements are added to the Service's legislative information data 
base and, as part of the Legislative Information Display System, are 
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FACTUAL DESCRIPTIONS OF SELECTED HOUSE BILLS, FY 1975 



H. R. 4689. - 3/12/75. Ways and Means. 

Amends the Internal Revenue Code to impose a tax on the undistributed 
revenues of public charities. Prescribes standards under which an organi- 
zation's status as a public charity may be terminated. Requires public 
charities to report annually certain financial information to the 
Secretary of the Treasury, and to make such reports available to the 
public. 

Requires the Attorney General to insure that the assets of 
organizations who have lost public charity status are preserved and 
expended for a similar purpose to that originally intended. 



H. R. 4690. - 3/12/75. Interstate and Foreign Commerce. 

Amends the Clean Air Act to extend compliance dates for certain 
motor vehicle emission standards until model year 1982. Authorizes 
studies with respect to the feasibility of standards for subsequent 
model years. 

Prohibits the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency 
from establishing any new certification or testing procedures for new 
motor vehicles prior to model year 1982. 



H. R. 4692. - 3/12/75. Agriculture. 

Prohibits the importation of any dairy product into the United 
States unless it has been inspected and found to be wholesome and unless 
the foreign farms and plants in which such products were produced 
comply with all inspection, grading and other standards prescribed by 
the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare. 



H. R. 4693. - 3/1-2/75. Interstate and Foreign Commerce. 

Directs the Federal Power Commission to review and modify plans 
submitted by natural gas pipelines, for curtailing sales to specific 
customers and authorizes the Commission to direct the transfer of 
available supplies of natural gas in order to meet regional needs. 



H. R. 4695. - 3/12/75. Veterans' Affairs. 

Specifies that recipients of veterans' pension and compensation 
will not have the amount of such pension or compensation reduced 
because of increases in monthly social security benefits. 



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TERMINATING PROGRAM LISTS 



As required by the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1970, 
CRS prepares for each congressional committee "a list of programs and 
activities being carried out under existing law scheduled to terminate 
during the current Congress, which are within the jurisdiction of the 
committee." Since lists were first prepared for the 93rd Congress 
in FY 1973, CRS has defined a terminating program as any provision of a 
statute scheduled to terminate and includes among terminating activities 
statutory reporting requirements by the Congress upon executive 
agencies and commissions. The lists are intended as an alerting 
device to assist committee planning for oversight hearings, extensions 
of legislation, or other action prior to the termination dates of 
specific programs. 

The American Law Division identified 421 programs and activities 
scheduled to expire during the 94th Congress--260 in 1975 and 161 in 
1976. A total of 458 programs were identified in FY 1973. Lists were 
sent to 32 committees, including 17 in the House and 15 in the Senate. 
Additionally, the Appropriations and Budget Committees in both the 
House and Senate received the comprehensive listing of programs. Each 
committee list identified from one to 146 programs and presented an 
average of 26. Identifying information on each program included the 
date of expiration, committee(s) of jurisdiction, a brief description 
of the program, its statutory citation, and legislative history. Upon 
committee request, such supporting materials were supplied as an analysis 
of the issues involved in the program, an extensive legislative history, 
or other documentation. 

Response to the lists has been enthusiastic and they are 
apparently useful to Members as well as committees. By the end of 
June more than two dozen Member offices requested the comprehensive 
list for the 94th Congress and several requested copies of the entire 
terminating programs data base, including programs scheduled to expire 
as late as 1985. 



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TERMINATING PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES IDENTIFIED FOR COMMITTEES 
IN THE 94TH CONGRESS 



House Committees 



Number of Programs Scheduled 
to Expire in 1975 and 1976 



Agriculture 

Appropriations 

Armed Services 

Banking, Currency and Housing- 
District of Columbia 

Education and Labor 

Government Operations 

House Administration 

Interior and Insular Affairs 

International Relations 

Interstate and Foreign Commerce- 
Judiciary 

Merchant Marine and Fisheries--- 
Public Works and Transportation- 
Science and Technology 

Veterans ' Affairs 

Ways and Means 



7 
20 
19 
20 

5 
100 

2 

3 
23 
26 
76 

5 
13 
67 

4 

1 
15 



Senate Committees 



Agriculture and Forestry 15 

Appropriations 20 

Armed Services 19 

Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs 18 

Commerce 43 

District of Columbia 5 

Finance 18 

Foreign Relations 26 

Government Operations 13 

Interior and Insular Affairs 27 

Judiciary 5 

Labor and Public Welfare 146 

Public Works 73 

Rules and Administration 1 

Veterans' Affairs 1 



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THE BILL DIGEST 

Since 1936 CRS has prepared summaries of each public bill 
and resolution introduced in the Congress for publication in the 
Digest of Public General Bills and Resolutions . Issued in six or more 
cumulative editions during each session of Congress, the printed 
Bill Digest is now distributed to some 4,000 subscribers in Congress, 
depository libraries, the Smithsonian, and elsewhere. Although the 
contents of the Digest were automated in 1970, computer access to 
this file was only recently made available to congressional users. 
The Bill Digest is now a major component of the Service's 
Legislative Information Display System (LIDS) and may be accessed on 
computer terminals in congressional offices and in CRS reference 
centers. During the past year increased emphasis was placed on 
entering procedural action information at an early stage; users of the 
on-line system presently receive this information about 36 hours after 
the event. More than 15,000 bills and resolutions were processed by 
staff in the American Law Division this year. 



MAJOR LEGISLATION OF THE CONGRESS 

Various modifications were made in the Service's monthly 
publication Major Legislation of the Congress , which provides status 
information on the most significant legislation and issues before 
the Congress. These included the institution of a double-column 
format, larger type, a new subject index, and more detailed table of 
contents. Arrangements were made for the addition of materials up 
to publication time to increase the currency of recorded events. 
Consideration was given to consolidating the preparation of the 
MLC with that of issue briefs because of the similarity in the materials 
required for each. Major Legislation of the Congress is supplemented 
by a weekly Legislative Status Checklist . 



LEGISLATIVE HISTORIES 

The Legislative History Unit of the American Law Division 
prepared approximately 250 legislative histories during the year. 
Staff members were asked to respond to an increasing number of additional 
inquiries and assisted, for example, in the preparation of the 
committee print Compiled Statutes - Committee on Government Operations , 
provided a comparison of two major bankruptcy bills pending before the 
House Judiciary Committee, and analyzed Nelson Rockefeller's views 
on the judicial system. Although the Legislative Reorganization Act 
directed that CRS prepare memoranda on the purpose and effect of 
legislative measures for which hearings have been announced, most of 
the requests continued to relate to prior rather than pending 
legislative measures. 



CHAPTER V. INFORMATION AND REFERENCE SERVICES 



The workload of the Congressional Reference Division has 
increased by a third over the past four years. The past year was 
highlighted by another significant rise in reference requests to the 
division, by numerous visitors to the Congressional Reading Room 
and reference centers, and increased requests for translation 
services. Advances were made in improving the accessibility of CRS 
services to congressional offices through the reference center 
operations, establishing a master file for the Selective Dissemination 
of Information (SDI) Service in the Library Services Division, and 
through a systematic program of briefings on CRS services for 
congressional staff. 



CONGRESSIONAL REFERENCE DIVISION 

Fiscal year 1975 was the busiest ever for the Congressional 
Reference Division which handles the bulk of reference and quick infor- 
mation requests to CRS. Division staff, including those assigned to 
the Congressional Reading Room and CRS Reference Centers, cleared 
more than 158,000 congressional requests, or some 65 percent of the 
CRS total. The inquiry workload was particularly heavy in the spring 
months and reached a peak of 18,100 in April. Almost 45 percent of 
the requests were handled on a rush basis. 

An increasing share of requests to the division, 63 percent 
in FY 1975, are generated by the information needs of Members and 
committees. Those undertaken on behalf of constituents have declined 
proportionately in recent years and now account for well under half of 
CRD requests. However, as noted below, absolute increases were 
experienced in all categories of requests during FY 1975. 



CRD Requests in FY 1975 









Percent Increase 


Source 


Number 


Percent 


over FY 1974 


Members 


80,181 


51% 


22% 


Committees 


18,849 


12 


19 


Subtotal 


99,030 


63 


IT 


Constituents 


59,443 


37 


12 


Total 


158,473 


100% 


18% 



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To strengthen the division's ability to provide responsive 
reference service and make the best use of available resources, the 
division was restructured this year into small interdisciplinary 
reference teams composed of both librarians and technical information 
specialists. Teams for production support on more routine requests 
and for congressional deliveries were also established. Based largely 
on the recommendations of a staff task force which explored several 
alternative structures, the new organization has increased productivity 
and improved quality control and communications. 

Nearly the entire division staff was involved in major 
projects on the Rockefeller nomination and for the Senate and House 
Select Committees investigating the Government's foreign and domestic 
intelligence activities. Hearings on the Rockefeller nomination 
engaged division specialists over a period of three and a half months 
for responses to over 150 requests from the Senate Rules and Administration 
and House Judiciary Committees. The intelligence committee investigations 
prompted some 400 inquiries, consisting of 1,160 discrete reference 
questions, all in the last five months of FY 1975. 

Reference support was provided to every committee and 
Member of Congress on a wide range of legislative issues. The energy 
crisis, inflation, and the termination of the Vietnam War were the 
leading issues. However, housing, medical malpractice insurance, 
school busing, the ozone layer, the Middle East crisis, congressional 
reform, campaign financing, extension of the Voting Rights Act, equal 
credit for women, gun control, the Bicentennial of the American Revolution, 
and privacy were also major topics of congressional concern. 

Other areas of service included the distribution of over 780 
copies of bibliographic information on the high school and college 
debate topics and some 14,300 kits on current issues. The speed and 
efficiency of delivery service to congressional offices were greatly 
improved and new computer and duplicating equipment reduced the turnover 
time on requests in both the division and reference centers. 



Congressional Reading Room 

Members and congressional staff made frequent use of the 
Congressional Reading Room this year. A total of 6,528 readers visited 
in person, 40 percent more than in FY 1974, and less dramatic increases 
were noted in the number of "hot-line" reference requests and overall 
requests filled, 15,159 and 22,611 respectively. Collections of 
impeachment-related materials and on the nomination of Nelson Rockefeller 
for Vice President were made available and received heavy use in the 
room. To accommodate the additional in-person business, the Reading 
Room made several changes in staffing. Additional staff was scheduled 



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for Monday and Friday nights, extending double coverage to all week 
nights. Since congressional interns made frequent and heavy use of 
the Reading Room last summer, arrangements were made to separately 
locate and staff the Congressional Intern Center during the summer 
of 1975. 



Reference Centers 



The installation of additional CRT terminals and the New 
York Times Information Bank in the centers, coupled with the formal 
announcement of issue briefs to the Congress in November, contributed 
to their considerably increased workload in FY 1975. Requests cleared 
in the Rayburn Center increased 16 percent, to 13,489. The Senate 
Center, located in the Russell Senate Office Building, realized a 
sharp increase of 72 percent in requests cleared--14,270--and the 
number of congressional visitors rose by 215 percent. Center staff 
are training congressional staff members in the use of computer equip- 
ment and find the data banks extremely useful in their own reference 
work, especially in providing bibliographies, issue briefs, and lists 
and digests of legislation. The improvements and expansion of the 
Senate Reference Center, along with the increase in workload, 
necessitated the addition of a third permanent staff member. A 
librarian has also been stationed in the Longworth Book Room to plan 
for its eventual conversion to a reference center and supervise current 
delivery operations. 



LIBRARY SERVICES DIVISION 

FY 1975 was largely a year of consolidation and improvement 
of existing services in the Library Services Division, the acquisitions 
and bibliographic support arm of CRS. A major improvement resulted 
from the establishment of an SDI (Selective Dissemination of 
Information) master file in June 1974. The need for such a file had 
long been apparent to facilitate and accelerate the provision of hard 
copy on items cited in the SDI bibliographic service. The file 
contains photocopies of some 80 percent of all items cited in the 
Service's bibliographic data base. Over 22,000 new items were added 
during the year and congressional requests for SDI materials called 
for 18,000 items and 214,000 photocopies. Currently, there are 132 
congressional subscribers to the SDI and there are plans to extend 
the SDI service to additional congressional offices. The division 
expects to place the master file on microfiche during the coming year. 

A helpful new information resource was acquired, namely, 
two sets of the Congressional Information Service's microfiche collection 
of numbered congressional reports and documents of the 92nd Congress, 



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and reports, documents, hearings and committee prints of the 93rd 
Congress. Not yet acquired but on order are the microfiche files of 
bills and resolutions of the 93rd Congress. Two sets of the "Statutes 
at Large" were also obtained on microfiche. Overall, 619,000 pieces 
were added to the Service's collection of congressional publications 
and other research and reference materials, 70,400 more than in FY 1974 
The increase was due primarily to the numerous bills and resolutions 
that are traditionally received at the beginning of a new Congress. 

The division initiated a clipping service on the activities 
of U.S. intelligence agencies in March 1975. The notebooks that 
result from this undertaking will be similar to those previously 
compiled on impeachment and the Watergate affairs, consisting primarily 
of newspaper articles and clippings from the Congressional Record . 
The last two notebooks were completed early in the year and are 
contained in 28 and 44 volumes, respectively. 

Division staff prepared 689 on-demand bibliographies from 
the bibliographic data base, 209 more than last year. Nearly 500 
of these were in response to congressional requests and several have 
appeared in congressional publications. Some of the more active areas 
of bibliographic interest included energy and the environment, 
materials management, tax reform, technology assessment, and the 
intelligence agencies. 

The sixth and seventh editions of the Legislative Indexing 
Vocabulary (LIV), a thesaurus of some 5,600 terms used to index 
bibliographic citations, were issued and semiannual editions of the 
Subject Catalog of CRS Multilithed Reports in Print were distributed 
to congressional offices. 



AUTOMATED INFORMATION SERVICES 

With the assistance of the Library's Information Systems 
Office, CRS offers modern technological support to congressional offices 
through the application of the computer to a variety of information 
processes, including information retrieval, statistical manipulation, 
report writing, and others. The support is both direct in offering 
computer-based facilities to the Congress and indirect in support CRS 
responses to congressional inquiries. 

A major thrust in the Service's automation program has been 
the expansion and enhancement of the Legislative Information Display 
System (LIDS). The facility offers remote computer terminal access 
to three legislative data files: the legislative data base containing 
a brief synopsis of all public bills and resolutions introduced in 
the current Congress and used for compiling the printed Bill Digest ; 
the bibliographic citation file of approximately 75,000 references 



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to CRS reports, official documents, and periodical literature; and the 
newly-created Major Issues System containing briefs on selected key 
issues of current legislative interest. In early 1975 LIDS was supporting 
a network of 25 CRT (cathode ray tube) videoscreen terminals. A dozen 
of these were distributed among CRS research divisions and reference 
centers and 13 were being used on a pilot basis by various Senate 
offices. In May 1975 the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration 
authorized the procurement of 100 CRT terminals to provide Senate 
offices with access to LIDS. 

In addition to this quantitative expansion, a variety of 
access devices to LIDS became available. Technical provisions were 
made for access by an assortment of video and typewriter terminals, 
and teletype devices. With the capability of using alternative telephone 
connections also provided, the groundwork was laid for future terminal 
transparency—the use of a single device for multiple purposes. 

A series of recent actions have assisted in making the system 
more helpful to congressional and CRS users. In June 1974 a week of 
training seminars was held to demonstrate LIDS to an audience of more 
than 500, including 66 congressional staff. Since then, the Service 
has distributed user guides, established training procedures for 
congressional and CRS staffs, and provided training to individual users 
as needed. 

To respond more rapidly and effectively to a variety of 
congressional requests, CRS subscribes to a number of external data 
retrieval systems. Access to the New York Times Information Bank was 
expanded this year with the placement of terminals in the Service's two 
reference centers. These make it possible for legislative staff to 
search records of the New York Times and citations to six other 
newspapers and approximately 60 periodicals. Other external data 
base subscriptions have continued, including MEDLINE, an automated 
bibliographic service providing access to multiple files of citations 
to approximately 1,200 journals in the fields of biomedical research 
and public health, and JURIS (Justice Retrieval and Inquiry System), 
a Department of Justice system that contains the texts of the U.S. 
Code, the U.S. Constitution, court decisions, and other legal documents. 
Additional outside retrieval systems are utilized as needed. 

Three statistical data manipulation systems are now used by 
CRS research divisions for indepth studies. These include: an 
econometric model of the U.S. economy and other economic data series; 
EDSTAT, containing data on higher education collected by the National 
Center for Education Statistics and permitting data extraction 
on an institution-by-institution basis; and a software package, now 
available on the Library's computer, that provides analysis of the 
distributional effects of proposed Federal aid-to-education formulas. 



72-526 O - 76 



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Overview of CRS automation activities is centered in its 
Information Systems Group (ISG), which coordinates the use of the 
Service's automated systems and provides training and related functions 
under the direction of the Chief of the Office of Special Programs. 
Among the more ambitious of recent ISG activities for the Congress 
were the analysis and computer programming of keyword indexes to the 
U.S. Constitution and to the text of a 1974 public law, the analysis 
and data manipulation of science and technology grant information, 
the preparation of specialized computer programs to generate reports 
analyzing the mortgage lending patterns of a major U.S. city, and 
the initiation of a computer-based indexing thesaurus and bibliographic 
file for a congressional committee. 



BRIEFINGS FOR CONGRESSIONAL OFFICES 

As part of a continuing effort to develop and maintain a more 
systematic, thorough, and sustained program of Member and congressional 
staff orientation on CRS services, the CRS briefing program for 
congressional offices was expanded this year. During September through 
November, the Office of Special Programs coordinated a series of 
briefings for congressional staff in response to the interest expressed 
by 102 congressional offices, as part of the CRS evaluation card 
survey conducted in May 1974. Calls to the original respondents resulted 
in briefings for 186 congressional staff members. Each briefing 
included an oral presentation and tour of various CRS offices. Briefings 
continued to be held during the remainder of the year, upon the request 
of Members or staff. In sum, the Service conducted 149 briefing 
sessions for 350 congressional staff members, who represented 123 
Member offices and 14 committees. 

Following a practice of earlier years, adopted in response to 
numerous requests from new Members, CRS sent to all newly-elected 
Members of the 94th Congress a collection of CRS reports on congressional 
procedures and related subjects. Some of the 37 reports provided 
information helpful in setting up and running a congressional office; 
others served as practical guides on congressional operations and pro- 
cedures. Each new Member also received a one-page "User's Guide", 
summarizing CRS services, and a more detailed booklet entitled "Services 
to Congress" that is revised and distributed annually to all congressional 
offices. 

SPECIAL SERVICES 

Translations 

CRS offers translation services in 20 languages to Members and 
committees of Congress, including the romance languages and such others 
as Arabic, Czech, Flemish, Norweigan, and Ukranian. Translations in some 
ten additional languages are provided through arrangements with the 
Library's General Reference and Bibliography Division. 



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The Service's six translators cleared 2,310 requests in this 
fiscal year, 37 percent more than last year, which resulted in over 
6,000 pages of translated material. The requests covered diverse 
subject matter and ranged from simple correspondence to highly specialized 
legal and scientific reports. Those from committees included a trans- 
lation into English of a lengthy German report on NATO forces, an 
Italian article on the Fiat automobile company, a research paper in 
Portuguese on the Brazilian economy, and various French articles 
on atomic weapons. Translations were made for Members of a series 
of German and Italian articles on multinational corporations, a German 
report on the 161st Session of the German Bundestag, and, from English 
into Russian, numerous letters and statements addressed to Soviet 
officials. 

Graphics 

CRS prepares a variety of graphic materials for Members and 
committees, including congressional district maps, statistical tables 
and charts, signs, and posters. Many of these illustrations are used 
in congressional publications, hearings, or floor debates. For example, 
a series of 12 charts and overlays was prepared for hearings of the 
Senate Special Committee on Aging concerning Social Security benefits 
and the effects of inflation on the aged poor. Another series of charts 
and overlays was prepared for use during hearings on floor debates on 
bills to extend the Voting Rights Act. The House Armed Services 
Committee requested charts comparing U.S. and Soviet missile strengths 
and the Budget Committees and Congressional Budget Office regularly 
requested graphic illustrations in connection with budget process 
reforms. A total of 273 requests were answered which entailed the 
preparation of 833 individual graphic items, 70 percent more than the 
490 items prepared during FY 1974. 



National Debate Topics 

CRS has been designated by the Librarian to compile annually 
appropriate excerpts from books, articles, and reports and a detailed 
bibliography in support of the national high school and college debate 
topics. The compilation for this year's high school topic, The 
Development and Allocation of Scarce World Resources , was prepared by 
the Environmental Policy Division and issued as Senate Document 94-45. 
Materials pertinent to the college topic were compiled by the 
Government and General Research Division and are available in House 
Document 93-273, Resolved: That The Powers of the Presidency Should 
Be Curtailed . Over 100,000 copies of the two compendiums were distributed 
to congressional offices and additional copies are available by 
purchase from the Government Printing Office. 



CHAPTER VI. ADMINISTRATION 



The following sections provide administrative information on 
CRS budget and position allocations in FY 1975. Staff training 
opportunities and communications forums are described, as well as the 
Service's acquisition of word processing units to achieve more 
efficiency in the production of typed reports. 



BUDGET AND STAFFING 

The CRS budget request for fiscal year 1975 was directed to 
fourth-year implementation of the 1970 Legislative Reorganization Act. 
It focused on the need for expanding CRS staffing and resources in 
policy analysis and research in order to provide additional service to 
committees not served, or served at a level below potential, due to 
limited resources and insufficient expertise in some subject areas. 
Other positions were requested to meet the increased demand for reference 
and automated information services to establish a futures research 
unit in CRS. Additional funding was also requested for contract 
projects and other non-personal services. 

A total of $13,345,00 was appropriated for the year, 
$12,227,591 for personal and $1,117,409 for non-personal services. The 
allocation of 85 new positions included 61 for policy analysis and 
research, 18 for information and reference services, and 6 for 
administrative support, increasing total budgeted positions in CRS to 
703. The incremental growth of CRS appropriations and staff in recent 
years is shown in accompanying tables. Position allocations by 
program activity, graphically presented, reflect the intent of the 
Legislative Reorganization Act and the Service's implementation of a 
gradual and balanced growth in staff resources over the five-year 
period beginning in FY 1972. The allocation of FY 1975 positions is 
presented by division and research/support categories in Appendix B. 

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CONGRESSIONAL RESEARCH SERVICE 

STAFF ALLOCATION BY PROGRAM ACTIVITY 



CRS BUDGETED 
POSITIONS 

900 



Policy Analysis & Research 
Documentation & Status of 

Legislation 
Information & Reference 

Services 
Administration 



900 




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CONGRESSIONAL RESEARCH SERVICE 

PROGRAM AND FINANCING 

(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS) 



Fiscal Years 



1975 



1974 



1973 



Program by activities: 

Policy analysis and research $ 9,506 $ 7,954 $6,391 

Documentation and status of 

legislation 799 788 631 

Information and reference 

services 2,451 2,110 1,713 

Administration 589 500 420 

Total obligations $13,345 $11,352 $9,155 



PERSONNAL SUMMARY 



Fiscal Years 



1975 



1974 



1973 



Program by activities: 
Policy analysis and research 
Documentation and status of 

legislation 

Information and reference 

services 

Administration 

Total positions 

Average GS grade 



443 


382 


323 


51 


51 


42 


169 
40 


151 

34 


132 
27 


703 


618 


524 


9.5 


9.8 


9.8 



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Personnel changes during the year included the appointment of 
Reno J. Conti as Assistant Chief of the Congressional Reference Division 
and the following appointments to senior specialist positions: James W. 
Curl in in Public Administration, Harry G. Gourevitch in Taxation and 
Fiscal Policy, John Henderson in Price Economics, and Warren Viessman, Jr, 
in Engineering and Public Works. Morton J. Schussheim, formerly 
serving as Senior Specialist in Urban Affairs, was appointed the 
Senior Specialist in Housing. Julius W. Allen retired as Senior 
Specialist in Price Economics after 33 years of service in various 
capacities in CRS. Edward G. Altouney, Senior Specialist in Engineering 
and Public Works, resigned to accept a position with the U.S. Department 
of Commerce. 

In sum, there were 221 personnel appointments during the year 
and 139 separations. The turnover rate in CRS has dropped from 29 
percent in fiscal 1973 and 20 percent in fiscal 1974 to 19 percent this 
year. At the end of the year, 46 percent of CRS positions were filled 
by women and 22 percent by members of minority groups. 



STAFF SEPARATIONS, BY GRADE LEVEL 
AND TYPE OF WORK, FY 1975 







Information 










Research 


Support 


Clerical 


Total 


Percent 


GS - 2-4 


8 


7 


38 


53 


38 


5-8 


13 


3 


16 


32 


23 


9-12 


34 


3 


3 


40 


29 


13-15 


10 








10 


3 


16-18 


4 








4 


Total 


69 


13 


57 


139 


100 


Percent 


50 


9 


41 


100 





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TRAINING 

A variety of training opportunities are available to CRS 
staff members. In-service training is provided by the Library's 
training office and within CRS. The former offers a professional 
orientation course to the Library of Congress and other courses in 
legal research, techniques of management, and basic office skills. 
On a regular basis CRS offers an orientation program for new staff 
members and occasionally features courses on such subjects of interest 
to the staff as congressional operations, futures research, and a 
planned new course on the Federal budget process. In the past year 
the Service formally established a course for supervisory personnel 
concerning the policies and practices of CRS. The half-day sessions 
are designed to complement existing Library courses on supervision 
and address the role of CRS and the responsibilities of research 
supervisors, among other topics. 

Opportunities for upward mobility are provided by the Library's 
Tuition Support Program, enabling staff at GS-7 and below to obtain 
specific skills or other formal training in outside educational 
institutions; 23 CRS staff members received tuition support for 39 
courses this year. A similar program known as Program Crossover, 
developed and implemented by CRS last year, permits non-professional 
employees at GS-7 and below to enter research positions after 
completing two years of on-the-job and selected academic training. 
Eight candidates were selected for the program in FY 1975, increasing 
the number of staff participants to 17. A new element of Program 
Crossover, the paraprofessional program, was implemented this year 
with the selection of four staff members for one year of on-the-job 
and academic training. By performing functions related to answering 
research requests, such as information gathering and the provision of 
bibliographic support, the participants receive preparatory training 
for advancement to higher positions. 

Funding is provided for out-service courses conducted by 
the U.S. Department of Agriculture Graduate School, other government 
agencies, and various colleges and universities in the Washington 
area. In addition, CRS staff members attend professional meetings and 
conferences in Washington and throughout the country, often participating 
as speakers or panel members. Some 93 staff members attended 69 
conferences during fiscal year 1975. 

The accompanying tables show the grade level and type of 
work of those enrolled in training courses this year, as well as the 
types of courses taken. The number of participants rose from 303 
in FY 1974 to 375 in FY 1975 and courses taken increased from 413 
to 585. The average cost of out-service courses increased from 
$179 to $211. 



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TRAINING COURSE PARTICIPANTS, BY TYPE OF WORK AND GRADE LEVEL, 
FISCAL YEAR 1975 



Adminis- Information 

trative Clerical Support Research TOTAL Percent 



GS - 2 to 4 





47 


9 


3 


59 


16 


5 to 8 


4 


31 


14 


65 


114 


30 


9 to 12 


6 


1 


10 


103 


120 


32 


13 to 15 


4 





1 


60 


65 


17 


16 to 18 


3 








14 


17 


5 


Total 


17 


79 


34 


245 


375 


100 


Percent 


5 


21 


9 


65 


100 





TRAINING COURSE ATTENDANCE, BY TYPE OF COURSE 
FISCAL YEAR 1975 





In-Service 


Out-Service 


Total 


Percent 


Research 


63 


174 


237 


40 


Technical 


51 


40 


91 


16 


Administrative 


50 


18 


68 


12 


Clerical 


49 


10 


59 


10 


CRS Orientation 


130 





130 


22 


Total 


343 


242 


585 


100 


Percent 


59 


41 


100 





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STAFF COMMUNICATIONS 

Numerous division staff meetings were held during the year 
for discussion of professional concerns and personnel needs. Weekly 
senior specialist luncheons afforded the opportunity for mutual 
exchanges on international economic conditions, the "brain drain", 
water resources policies in the United States, national health insurance, 
and other substantive issues. The information resource assistants 
of the Library Services Division met regularly to discuss their 
research division assignments and exchange information. Briefings with 
outside agencies and organizations were held by various division 
personnel as, for example, a meeting between staff of the Science Policy 
Research and Environmental Policy Divisions with fellows of the American 
Association for the Advancement of Science. 

Entering its third year of activity, the Human Relations 
Committee continued to work for improved communications at all levels 
within CRS. Composed of 28 elected, alternate, and at-large members, 
the committee addressed such topics as CRS occupancy of the James 
Madison Memorial Building, the proposed CRS management data system, 
recommendations pertaining to the administration of affirmative action 
plans, and the Library's labor management program. On occasion, guest 
speakers were invited to the weekly meetings to provide additional 
information on topics of concern. The committee's representative to the 
Library Human Relations Council provided regular briefings on the status 
of matters pending before that group. 

Several noted professionals were guests of the CRS Speaker's 
Forum. The monthly presentations, attended by interested CRS staff, 
featured Alton Frye and a discussion of the proposed Institute for 
Congress, the Honorable Richard Boiling, a leading proponent of 
congressional reform, tax reform expert Peter P. Weidenbruch, Jr. from 
the Georgetown University Law Center, and Walter Hahn, CRS Senior 
Specialist in Science and Technology, who discussed futures research. 
New York Times commentator, Leslie Gelb, spoke on domestic politics and 
national security and John R. Stark, Executive Director of the Joint 
Economic Committee, presented his views on inflation. The current 
status of national energy policy was addressed by S. David Freeman, 
consultant to the Joint Economic Committee. Other nationally prominent 
speakers included Dr. Victor Ferkiss, Gary D. Bearden, and 
Dr. Estelle Ramey. 

WORD PROCESSING 

CRS acquired several new CRT and typewriter word processing 
units during the fiscal year. As a result, all CRS divisions currently 
have some type of automated word processing equipment installed and two 
of them, the American Law and Environmental Policy Divisions, have 



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completely automated their production typing operations. The increase 
in automated word processing equipment has permitted CRS to continue 
its typed report production with little or no increase in clerical staff 
in most of the research divisions, despite the continued growth in the 
number of researchers. An increased quantity of typed materials and 
expanded research staff in the future would no doubt generate further 
automation of report typing. The Service plans next year to add a 
communications capability to some of its word processing equipment, 
thereby creating a new dimension in the use and versatility of the 
sophisticated word processing systems now available. 



APPENDICES 



A. Statutory Mandates for CRS Activities and a Summary of 
CRS Implementation 

1. The Legislative Reorganization Act of 1970 

2. Other Statutes and Legislative Provisions Affecting 
CRS 



B. Tables 

1. Allocation of budgeted positions by division and 
classification, fiscal 1975 

2. Inquiries cleared by month and by division, 
fiscal 1975 



C. CRS Regular Reports 

D. Selected CRS Writings in Fiscal Year 1975 

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APPENDIX 



Tables 



1. Allocation of budgeted positions by division and 
classification, fiscal 1975. 

2. Inquiries cleared by month and by division, 
fiscal 1975. 



Table 1. Allocation of budgeted positions by division and 
classification, fiscal 1975 



Division 



Research Support Total % of Total 



Office of the Director 19 70 89 13 % 

American Law 62 29 91 13 

Congressional Reference 58 16 74 10.5 

Economics 55 12 67 9.5 

Education and Public Welfare 55 11 66 9 

Environmental Policy 32 9 41 6 

Foreign Affairs 46 11 57 8 

Government and Gen'l Res.--- 54 12 66 9 

Library Services 69 ' 69 10 

Science Policy Research 42 8 50 7 

Senior Specialists 26 7 33 5 

Total 449 254 703 100 % 



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67 

APPENDIX C 
CRS Regular Reports 



Document 

Digest of Public 
General Bills 
and Resolutions 
(Bill Digest) 



Major Legisla- 
lation of the 93d 
Congress (MLC) 



Legislative 
Status Check- 
list 



Selective 
Dissemination 
of Information 
(SDI) 

Citations to 

Current 

Literature 



Description 

Brief summary, 
legislative actions 
and current status 
of all public bills 
and resolutions. 

Status and refer- 
ence information 
on major legislative 
issues. 

Updates legislative 
status information 
of the MLC and 
contains a cumulative 
listing of Presidential 
messages to Congress, 
authorizations and 
appropriations. 

An annotated biblio- 
graphy on cards , 
arranged by subject. 



Period of Issue 

Bi-weekly supplements 
and cumulative issues 
(irregular) during 
each session of 
Congress 

Monthly during each 
session of Congress 



Weekly during each 
session of Congress 



Weekly 



Two separate catalogs, Monthly 

arranged by author 

and by subject, obtained 

from the bibliographic 

data base. 



Division 
Responsible 

American Law 



American Law 



American Law 



Library 
Services 



Library 
Services 



CRS Multilithed 
Reports (Green 
Sheets) 



Subject Catalog 
of CRS Multi- 
lithed Reports 
in Print 



A current list of CRS Monthly 
reports of general 
interest to Members 
of Congress arranged 
by type of report. 

A cumulative listing Semi-annually 
of all CRS multilithed 
reports in print, 
arranged by subject 



Library 
Services 



Library 
Services 



68 



Document 

Legislative 
Indexing 
Vocabulary 
(LIV) 

National High 
School and 
Collegiate 
Debate Topics 



The Constitution 
of the United 
States of 
America-- 
Analysis and 
Interpretation 



Description 

A standard vocabulary 
of terms used for CRS 
indexing and catalogu- 
ing operations. 

Compilations of 
material , issued as 
committee prints, to 
support the selected 
debate topics. 

One volume work 
elaborating, clause 
by clause, the 
meaning of the 
Constitution as 
revealed in Supreme 
Court decisions 



Period of Issue 



As needed 



Annual ly 



Decennial re- 
visions and 
biennial 
supplements 



Division 
Responsible 



Library Services 



Office of the 
Director; 
Congressional 
Reference and 
other divisions 

American Law 



Services to 

Congress 



Pamphlet outl ining 
CRS services avail- 
able to Members 
and congressional 
staff. 



Annually 



Office of 
the Director 



Annual Report 
of the Con- 
gressional 
Research 
Service 



Detailed infor- 
mation on CRS 
activities during 
the fiscal year. 



Annual ly 



Office of 
the Director 



69 



APPENDIX D 



Selected CRS Writings in Fiscal Year 1975 

The following bibliography includes citations to 497 
multilithed reports and other CRS writings prepared for the Congress 
during fiscal year 1975. Included are committee prints and other 
congressional documents authored, in whole or in part, by CRS 
staff members and additional materials prepared by CRS which were 
inserted in published committee hearings or the Congressional Record , 
The citations are arranged alphabetically by subject. 

CRS materials are prepared expressly for congressional use. 
Copies of any of the entries are available to Members and 
congressional staff upon request to the Congressional Research 
Service. 



70 



Abortion—ro.S. 1 

Constitutionality of a statutory 
provision banninq the use of any 
Federal funds for abortions. [Apr. 
2, 1975 1 4 p. Posenberq, Horton. 
Appears in the Conqressional 
record [daily ed.] v. 121, Apr. 
10, 1975: S5725-S5728. 



Abortion — f .s . 1 — Appropriations 

Constitutionality of Bartlett 

amendment banninq use of DHEW and 

DOI FY 1975 funds for abortions. 

Oct. 4, 1974. 11 p. Posenberq, 

Horton. 

Appears also ic the 
Conqressional record r daily ed. 1 
v. 120, Nov. 26, 1974: H1104- 
H1105, 



Accidents 

see Astronautical accidents 
Aviation accidents 
Traffic accidents and safety 



Admiralty law 

see Haritime law 



Adoption--[ U.S. ] 

Discussion of problems of 
adoption and proposals to help 
alleviate these problems. Apr. 7, 
1975. 19 p. Jones, Jean. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Labor and 
Public Welfare. Subcommittee on 
Children and Touth. Adoption and 
foster care, 1975. Hearings, 
94th Conq. , 1st sess. 1975. p. 
664-683. 



Subsidized adoption. Hay 13, 
1975. 31 p. Jones, Jean. 

Hultilith 75-125 ED 

Appears also in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Labor and 
Public welfare. Subcommittee on 
Children and Youth. Adoption and 
foster care, 1975. Hearings, 
94th Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 
719-751. 



Acquired Land Leasing Act 

Outer continental shelf petroleum 
leasing--an economic analysis. 
Jan. 10, 1975. 56 p. Oseem, 
Howard. 



Administration of criminal lustice 
see also Amnesties 



Adoption— [O.S. 1--State laws 

Subsidized adoption. Hay 13, 
1975. 31 p. Jones, Jean. 
Hultilith 75-125 ED 
Appears also in O.S. congress. 
Senate. Committee on Labor and 
Public Welfare. Subcommittee on 
Children and Youth. Adoption and 
foster care, 1975. Hearings, 
94th Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 
719-751. 



Administration of criminal lustice — 
ro.S.I — Law and legislation 

93rd Congress: summary of malor 
enactments relatinq to crime 
control and the administration of 
criminal lustice. Feb. 20, 1975. 
20 p. Puis, Barbara. 
Hultilith 75-98 ED 



Adult education — [ 0. S. ] — Law and 
legislation 

Adult Education Act: legislative 
history 1964-1974. June 12, 1975. 
44 p. Giordano-Evans, Angela. 
Hultilith 75-144 ED 



Administrative aoencies 

see Federal advisory bodies 

Independent requlatory commissions 



Administrative law--fO.S.l 

Compiled statutes — Committee on 
Government Operations; beinq a 
compilation of acts of Conqress 
reported from or connected with the 
Committee on Government Operations. 

3d ed. Dec. 1974. 685 p. 
Williams, Grover. Lyons, Thomas. 
Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Government 
Operations, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 

Grover Williams and Thomas 
Lyons aided the staff in the 
compilation. 



Administrative procedure—I - 0. S. 1 

Law and procedures regarding 
malor new route proceedings before 
the civil Aeronautics Board. Feb. 
3, 1975. 79 p. Glass, Stuart. 



Adult education — [ O.S. ] — Legislative 
histories 

Adult Education Act: legislative 
history 1964-1974. June 12, 1975. 
44 p. Giordano-Evans, Angela. 
Hultilith 75-104 ED 



Advice and consent 

see Presidential appointments 
Senate rules and procedure 



Advisory bodies of the federal government 
see Federal advisory bodies 



Aqed 

see also 



Housinq for the aged 
Hedicare 
Nursing homes 
Old age, survivors and 
disability irsurance 
Public assistance programs 
Retirement income 



Selected administrative and 
conqressional action in antitrust 
matters — January 1, 1974, to June 
30, 1974. Dec. 10, 1974. 18 p. 

Zafren. Daniel. 



71 



Aged — CO. S.I — Law and legislation 

Legislation in the 93rd Congress 
relating to the elderly. Jan. 18, 
1974. 23 p. Revised Oct. 3, 197a. 
26 p. Tager, Evelyn. 
Hultilith 7U-163 ED 
Revision of Hultilith 74-11 ED. 



Legislation in the 93rd Congress 
relating to the elderly: enacted 
and introduced. Revised Feb. 4, 
1975. 20 p. Tager, Evelyn. 

Revision issued as Hultilith 75- 

30 ED. 



Agricultural labor — [U.S. ] 

The migrant farmworker situation 

in the 0. S. : the problems and the 

programs. Mar. 16, 1972. 48 p. 

Revised Apr. 17, 1975. 5a p. 

Schmitt, Raymond. 

Hultilith 75-115 ED 
Revision of Hultilith 72-68 ED 
which also appears in a committee 
print. Senate Committee on Labor 
and Public welfare. Subcommittee 
on Higratory Labor. Federal and 
state statutes relating to farm 
workers; a compilation. 1972. 
p. 375-426. 



Summary of ma-jor provisions of 
the Older Americans Act of 1965, a? 
amended: development of ma-Jor 
amendments, 1965-1974. Jan. 8, 
197a. 27 p. Revised Nov. 7, 197a, 
28 p. Tager, Evelyn. 
Hultilith 7tt-18u ED 
Revision of Hultilith 7a-a ED. 



Agricultural labor — [U.S. ]--Bibliography 
Unionism and collective 
bargaining for agricultural 
workers: a selective bibliography. 
June 3, 1971. 13 p. Revised Aug. 
16, 197U. 13 p. Hortimer, Louis. 
Fulton, Joseph, rev. 

Hultilith 74-153 E 

Revision of Hultilith 71-1U3 E. 



Aged--r 0. S. 1--Statistics 

Selected socio-economic 
statistics on the O.S. aged Black 
population. June 2, 1975. a p. 
House, Sharon. 



Aggression 

see also Hilitary intervention 



Agricultural law and legislation--[ U. S. ] 
Food for Peace--act ions of the 
93d Congress. Jan. 2a, 1975. 2 p. 
Baker, Janice. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. ] v. 121, Feb. 
27, 1975: S2789-S2790. 



Aggression — [ 0.S.1 

International law to be 
considered in the possible use of 
military force by the Onited States 
against another nation for its 
adverse economic actions involving 
mineral resources within its own 
territory. Jan. 17, 1975. 1a p. 
Zafren, Daniel. 



Agricultural policies- -Bibliography 

Agricultural policy, food policy, 
nutrition policy, world food 
problems: a select bibliography, 
196Q-1975. Sept. 10, 197a. 23 p. 
Revised Apr. 30, 1975. 38 p. 
Chapman, Cynthia. 

Hultilith 75-120 SP 

Revision of Hultilith 7a-155 SP. 



Agricultural agreements 

International food reserves: 
background and current proposals. 
Oct. 197a. 138 p. Hayer, Leo. 
Sherman, Harvey. Hontague, Harion. 
Baker, Janice. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Foreign 
Affairs, Subcommittee on 
International Organizations and 
Hovements, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



Agricultural assistance 

The world Food Conference: 
implications for congressional 
action. Dec. 8, 197a. 15 p. 
Sherman, Harvey. 

Hultilith 74-212 EP 
Appears also in the 
Congressional record [daily ed. ] 
v. 121, Feb. 27, 1975: S2786- 
S2789. 



Agricultural imports and exports 
see Agriculture in foreign trade 



Agricultural policies — [ Pakistan] 

The food situation in Pakistan. 
Jan. 15, 1975. 67 p. shuey, 
Robert. 

Hultilith 75-118 F 



Agricultural policies — [U.S.] 

Farm programs and economic 

stability in agriculture. [Jan. 

1975] 12 p. Hayer, Leo. 

Appears in a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Agriculture 
and Forestry. Agriculture in a 
world of uncertainty: the 
potential impact of rising costs 
of production on agriculture and 
rural America. 1975. p. 99-110, 



The world Food Conference: 
implications for congressional 
action. Dec. 8, 197a. 15 p. 
Sherman, Harvey. 

Hultilith 7a-212 EP 
Appears also in the 
Congressional record [daily ed. 
v. 121, Feb. 27, 1975: S2786- 
S2789. 



Agricultural innovations — [ Pakistan] 
The food situation in Pakistan, 
Jan. 15, 1975. 67 p. Shuey, 
Robert. 

Hultilith 75-118 F 



72 



Aqricultural policies--( 0. S. 1 — 
Biblioqraphy 

Aqricultural policy, food policy, 
nutrition policy, world food 
problems: a select biblioqraphy, 
1969-1975. Sept. 10, 197U. 23 p. 
Revised Apr. 30, 1975. 38 p. 
Chapman, Cynthia. 

Hultilith 75-120 SP 

Revision of Hultilith 7U-155 SP. 



Aqricultural pollution — [O.S.] 

Potential effects of application 
of air and water quality standards 
on aqriculture and rural 
development. Jan. 2, 1975. 331 p. 
Biniek, Joseph. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Aqriculture 
and Forestry, Subcommittee on 
Rural Development, 93d Conq., 2d 
sess. 



Aqricultural surpluses — [O.S. ] 

Grain stockpiles and commodity 
reserves. June 11, 1975. 3 p. 
Mayer, Leo. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. ] v. 121, June 
17, 1975: E32U6-E32U8. 



Aqricultural Trade Development and 
Assistance Act 

Food for Peace — actions of the 
93d Congress. Jan. 2U, 1975. 2 
Baker, Janice. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record (daily ed. 1 v. 121, Feb. 
27, 1975: S2789-S2790. 



Aqriculture in foreign trade — [Pakistan] 
The food situation in Pakistan. 
Jan. 15, 1975. 67 p. Shuey, 
Robert. 

Hultilith 75-118 F 



Aqricultural prices — f 0.S.1 

Farm proqrams and economic 
stability in aqriculture. [Jan. 
19751 12 p. Mayer, Leo. 

Appears in a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Aqriculture 
and Forestry. Aqriculture in a 
world of uncertainty: the 
potential impact of risinq costs 
of production on aqriculture and 
rural America. 1975. p. 99-110, 



Agriculture in foreign trade--[ O.S. ]-- 
Law and legislation 

Food for Peace — actions of the 
93d Congress. Jan. 2tt, 1975. 2 
Baker, Janice. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. ] v. 121, Feb, 
27, 1975: S2789-S2790. 



Aqricultural production — [ Pakistan ] 

The food situation in Pakistan. 
Jan. 15, 1975. 67 p. Shuey, 
Robert. 

Hultilith 75-118 F 



Aqricultural production — [0.S.1 

Farm proqrams and economic 
stability in aqriculture. [Jan. 
19751 12 p. flayer, Leo. 

Appears in a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Aqriculture 
and Forestry. Agriculture in a 
world of uncertainty: the 
potential impact of rising costs 
of production on aqriculture and 
rural America. 1975. p. 99-110. 



Potential effects of application 
of air and water quality standards 
on aqriculture and rural 
development. Jan. 2, 1975. 331 p. 
Biniek, Joseph. 

Issued as a committee print, 
Senate Committee on Aqriculture 
and Forestry, Subcommittee on 
Pural Development, 93d Conq., 2d 
sess. 



Aqricultural surpluses 

International food reserves: 
backqround and current proposals. 
Oct. 197U. 138 p. Hayer, Leo. 
Sherman, Harvey. flontaque, Harion. 
Baker, Janice. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Foreiqn 
Affairs, Subcommittee on 
International Orqanizations and 
fovements, 93d Conq., 2d sess. 



Aid to developing countries 

see American economic assistance 
Arab economic assistance 



Aid to the blind 

see Public assistance programs 
Supplemental security incom' 
program 



Aid to the disabled 

see Public assistance programs 

Supplemental security income 
program 



Air pollution — [O.S.I 

Auto emission standards and air 
quality. Jan. 21, 1975. 8 p. 
Trumbule, Robert. 



Research and development relating 
to sulfates in the atmosphere. 
jun<= 1975. 2U1 p. Trumbule, 
Robert. Biniek, Joseph. Blodgett, 
John. Grimes, Haria. Husgrove, 
Connie. 

Issued as a committee print, 
House Committee on Science and 
Technology, Subcommittee on the 
Environment and the Atmosphere, 
9«th Conq., 1st sess. 



Air pollution control — (O.S. ] 

Pollution control: a review of 
th» state of the art in sulfur 
dioxide abatement in the nonferrous 
primary smeltinq industry. July 
29, 197U. 82 p. Trumbule, Robert. 
Hultilith 7«i-1(43 FP 



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Air pollution control — [ 0. S. 1 (Cont.l 

Pesearch and development relatinq 
to sulfates in the atmosphere. 
June 1975. 201 p. Trumbule, 
Robert. Biniek, Joseph. Blodgett, 
John. Grimes, Maria. Musgrove, 
Connie. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Science and 
Technology, Subcommittee on the 
Environment and the Atmosphere, 
94th Conq. , 1st sess. 



Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act 
Edwardsen v. Morton and 
extinguishment of Indian claims 
under the Alaska Native Claims 
Settlement Act. June 11, 1975. 1! 
p. Ehlke, Richard. 

Appears in U.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs. Amendments 
to Alaska Native Claims 
Settlement Act. Hearings, 90th 
Cong., 1st sess. Part 2. 1975. 
p. 168-180. 



Air pollution control — (O.S.I — Law and 
leqislaticn 

The land use implications of the 
Clean Air Act of 1970 and the 
Federal Water Pollution Control Act 
Amendments of 1972. Oct. 0, 1970. 
20 p. Fletcher, w. Wendell. 
Multilith 70-176 EP 



Alcohol and youth--( 0. S. ] 

Key facts on alcohol and 
alcoholism. Nov. 11, 1974. 20 
Ebeler, Jack. 

Multilith 7U-200 



A summary of Clean Air Act 
oversiqht hearinq held by the 
Senate Public Works Committee, 
Subcommittee on Environmental 
Pollution, March 19, 20, April 20- 
20, 29-30, May 1, 13, 15, 20-21, 
1975. June 13, 1975. 131 p. 
Trumbule, Robert. Biniek, Joseph. 
Blodqett, John. Grimes, Maria. 
Musqrove, Connie. 

Appears in U.S. Congress. 

Senate. Committee on Public 

Works. Subcommittee on 

Environmental Pollution. 

Implementation of the Clean Air 

Act — 1975. Hearinqs, 9Uth Conq. 

1st sess. 1975. p. 1-130. 



A summary of the sulfur dioxide 
abatement issue in the 93rd 
Conqress. Dec. 12, 1970. 8 p. 
Trumbule, Robert. 



Alcoholism 

see also Treatment and rehabilitation 
of acoholics 



Alcoholism— [U.S. 1 

Key facts on alcohol and 
alcoholism. Nov. 11, 1970. 20 p. 
Ebeler, Jack. 

Multilith 70-200 



Alcoholism — [0.S.1 — Law and legislation 
P.L. 93-282, the Comprehensive 
Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism 
Prevention, Treatment, and 
Rehabilitation Act Amendments of 
1970 - legislative history and 
section- by-section analysis. Aug. 
1U, 197U. 7 p. Ebeler, Jack. 
Multilith 7U-160 ED 



Air traf f ic~r 0. S. 1 

Law and procedures regarding 
malor new route proceedings before 
the Civil Aeronautics Board. Feb. 
3, 1975. 79 p. Glass, Stuart. 



Air traffic control— f 0. S. 1 

Collision avoidance technologies. 
May 1, 1975. 33 p. Raleigh, Lani. 
Multilith 75-123 SP 



Aircraft accidents 

see Aviation accidents 



Alcoholism — [O.S. ] — Legislative histories 
P.L. 93-282, the Comprehensive 
Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism 
Prevention, Treatment, and 
Rehabilitation Act Amendments of 
1970 - legislative history and 
section-by-section analysis. Aug. 
10, 1970. 7 p. Ebeler, Jack. 
Multilith 70-160 ED 



Aliens — [0.S.1 — Law and legislation 
Illegal aliens: existing 
legislation and legislative action 
in the 92nd and 93rd Congresses. 
Jan. 31, 19^5. 28 p. Vialet, 
Joyce. 

Multilith 75-28 ED 



Airline law and legislation — [ 0.S.1 
Law and procedures regarding 
malor new route proceedings before 
the Civil Aeronautics Board. Feb. 
3, 1975. 79 p. Glass, Stuart. 



Allocation of resources 
see Resource allocation 



Aluminum — [ Jamaica ] — Taxation 

An analysis of the impact of the 
increase in the Jamaican bauxite 
tax on the price of aluminum 
products in the Onited States. 
July 16, 1970. 12, 5 p. Gravelle, 
Jane. 

Appears also in a committee 
print. Senate Committee on 
Government Operations, Permanent 
Subcommittee on Investigations. 
Materials shortages: aluminum. 
1970. p. 39-06. 



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fcltftoimiB— ^fti.S. 1 

Alternatives to imported bauxite: 
domestic potential sources of 
aluminum. Aug. 9, 1974. 25 p. 
Phillips, Stephen. 

Appears in a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations, Permanent 
Subcommittee or. Investigations. 
Materials shortages: aluminum. 
197a. p. 13-37. 

Also in O.S. Conqress. Joint 
Economic Committee. Subcommittee 
on Economic Growth, outlook for 
prices and supplies of industrial 
raw materials. Hearinqs, 93d 
Conq., 2d sess. 1970. p. 025- 
076. 



American economic assistance--Law and 
legislation 

Legislation on foreign relations 
with explanatory notes. June 1975. 
1856 p. Collier, Ellen. Albano, 
Walter. Pvnearson, Arthur. 
Nowels, Larry. 

Issued as a joint committee 
print, Senate Committee or 
Foreign Relations and House 
Committee on International 
Relations, 93d Cong., 1st sess. 
The compilation was prepared 
under the direction of the Senate 
Committee on Foreign Relations 
with the assistance of CRS and 
AID. 



Aluminum and sodium minerals from 

oil shale: technical, 

environmental, economic, 

legislative, and policy aspects of 

an undeveloped minerals source. 

Auq. 197a. 55 p. Rothberq, Paul. 
Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, Subcommittee on 
Mines and Mininq, 93d Conq. , 2d 
sess. 



An analysis of the impact of the 
increase in the Jamaican bauxite 
tax on the price of aluminum 
products in the United States. 
July 16, 197U. 12, 5 p. Gravelle, 
Jane. 

Appears also in a committee 
print. Senate Committee on 
Government Operations, Permanent 
Subcommittee on Investigations. 
Materials shortaqes: aluminum. 
197a. p. 39-46. 



Materials shortaqes: aluminum. 
Nov. 1970. ue p. Aqnew, Allen. 
Howard, Richard. 

Issued as a committee print. 

Senate Committee on Government 

Operations, Permanent 

Subcommittee on Investiqations, 

93d Conq. , 2d sess. 



lean investments 

O.S. policy in a changing world 
economy: foreign economic policies 
for the second half of the 
seventies. Nov. 11, 197a. 38 p. 
Reifman, Alfred. 

Multilith 70-190 S 



American investments — [Communist 
countries ] 

Western investment in Communist 
economies: a selected survey on 
economic interdependence. Aug. 5, 
197a. 83 p. Hardt, John. 
Holliday, George. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Foreign 
Relations, Subcommittee on 
Multinational Corporations, 93d 
Cong. , 2d sess. 



American military assistance 

A concise survey of 0. S. foreign 
aid. June 13, 1968. 18 p. 
Revised Jan. 31, 1972. 19 p. 
Second revision Feb. 26, 1975. 21 
p. Nanes, Allan. Galdi, Theodor, 
rev. 

Multilith 70-121 F 
Supersedes Multiliths 72-25 F 
and F 307. 



Amendments to constitutions 

see Constitutional amendments 



American economic assistance 

A concise survey of O.S. foreign 
aid. June 13, 1968. 18 p. 
Revised Jan. 31, 1972. 19 p. 
Second revision Feb. 26, 1975. 21 
p. Nanes, Allan. Galdi, Theodor, 
rev. 

Multilith 70-121 F 
Supersedes Multiliths 72-25 F 
and F 3C7. 



Political imprisonment in 
countries receiving O.S. foreiqn 
assistance and the application of 
section 32 of the Foreiqn 
Assistance Act of 1973. July 22, 
1970. 3 p. Nanes, Allan. 

Appears in the Conqressional 

record fdaily ed. 1 v. 120, Auq. 

6, 1970: H7777-K7779. 



American military assistance — Law and 
leqislation 

Military aid cutoff to aggressor- 
recipients. Sept. 9, 1970. 2 p. 
Celada, Raymond. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record fdaily ed. ] v. 120, Sept. 
11, 1«70: H9170-H9176; Sept. 19: 
S17108-S17109. 



American National Standards Institute. 

Voluntary industrial standards ir 
the Onited States; an overview of 
their evolution and significance 
for the Congress. July 1970. 122 
p. Donnelly, Warren. Gulick, 
Frances. Burt, John. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Science and 
Astronautics, Subcommittee on 
Science, Research, and 
Development, °3d Cong., 2d sess. 



75 



American Revolution- -Biblioqraphy 

The Continental Conoress aid the 
American Revolution (1775-1781): a 
chronology with biblioqraphy and 
appendix. Bar. 28, 1975. 25 p. 
Neale, Thomas. 

Bultilith 75-92 GGP 



American Revolution — Chronolooy 

The Continental Conqress and the 
American Revolution (1775-1781): a 
chronolooy with biblioqraphy and 
appendix. Mar. 29, 1975. 25 p. 
Neale, Thomas. 

Bultilith 75-S2 GGR 



American Samoa 

American Samca: a descriptive and 
historical profile. Oct. 8, 197U. 
83 p. Tansill, William. 
Bultilith 74-233 GGR 



Amnesties — [0. S. 1 

Amnesty: a brief historical 
overview. Feb. 28, 1972. 34 p. 
Pevised Feb. 5, 1973. 51 p. 
Second revision Sept. 27, 1974. 40 
p. Ftridqe, John. Lockwood, 
David, rev. Alderson, Donald, rev. 
Bultilith 7U-179 F 
Supersedes Bultiliths 73-27 F 
and 7 2-35 F. 



Amortization deductions 

see Depreciation and amortization 



Antitrust law--fU.S.] 

The energy industry: organization 
ana public policy. [Oct. ] 1974. 
106 p. Jones, Douglas. Amerkhail, 
Valerie. Beard, Daniel. Gravelle, 
Jane. Howard, Richard. Zafren, 
Daniel. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, Special 
Subcommittee on Integrated Oil 
Operations, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 
Several tables appear in the 
Conqressional record [daily ed. ] 
v. 120, Feb. 18, 19TU: S1^61. 



Selected administrative and 
congressional action in antitrust 
matters — January 1, 197<i, to June 
30, 197U. Dec. 10, 1974. 18 p. 
Zafren, Daniel. 



Antitrust law— [o.S. ] — Eibliography 

Vertical integration in American 
industry, 1973-75. June 11, 1975. 
7 p. Amerkhail, Valerie. 



Apollo Soyuz Test Project 

Background and policy issues in 
the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project 
(eksperimental ' NYY Polet Appolon- 
Soyuz). Jan. 31, 1975. 70 p. 
Zeoel, Vikki. 

Bultilith 75-19 SP 
An excerpt appears in the 
Congressional record [daily ed. ] 
v. 121, Mar. 5, 1975: S31"'3-S317u. 



Anarchism — [O.S.I — Legal cases 

Cases relating to subversive 
activities appealed to the Supreme 
court of the Onited States. Apr. 
1, 196«. 135 p. Sent. 12, 1974. 
118, 6 p. Celada, Raymond. Dale, 
Charles. 

Bultilith 74-165 A [548/272 1 
Revision of Bultilith A 233 
[433/2721 



Annual income quarantee 

see Income maintenance proorams 



Appointment of judges 

see Presidential appointments 



Apportionment in Congress 

see Congressional districts 



Appropriations 

see also Defense budgets 

Executive impoundment of 

appropriated funds 
Government spending 



Antipoverty prooram--[ O.S. 1 

Proqram "Fellow Throuqh": history 
and assessment. July 24, 1974. 42 
p. Revised Bay 15, 1975. 47 p. 
Giordanc-Fvans, Anoela. 
Bultilith 75-11" FD 
Revision of Bultilith 74-105 ED. 



Antipovertv proqram--[ 0. S. 1--Biblioqraphv 
Evaluation of public welfare 
proqrams: selected references, 1970- 
1974. Apr. 8, 1975. 15 p. 
Davenport, Nancy. 

Bultilith 75-101 L 



Antipoverty proqram--[ 0. S. 1 — Law and 
legislation 

Summary of Headstart, Economic 
Opportunity and Community 
Partnership Act of 1974. Feb. 4, 
1975. 7 p. Schmitz, Stuart. 
Bultilith 75-32 FD 



Appropriations — [O.S. ] 

Congressional use of its money 
power to control foreign policy. 
Apr. 1, 1975. 28 p. Schick, Allen, 



Appropriations — [O.S.] — Law and 
legislation 

Budget concepts and terminology: 
the appropriations phase. Nov. 21, 
1974. €0 p. Fisher, Louis. 
Bultilith 74-210 GGR 



The Congressional Budget Act of 
1974 (P.L. 93-344): legislative 
history and analysis. Feb. 26, 
1975. 223 p. Schick, Allen. 
Bultilith 75-94 S 



72-526 O - 76 - 6 



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Approoriatior.s--f 0. S. 1-- Statistics 

rcost per taxpavino family of 
selected authorizations ana 
appropriations. July 18, 19741 
p. Erader. , John. 

Appears in the Conaressional 
record fdaily ed. 1 v. 121, Mar. 
in, ig75: S3ae5. 



Aquar.auts 

see Oceanoqraphy 



Arab economic assistance 

The petrodollar problem, June 
26, 1975. 2C p. Wertman, Patricia. 



Arab investments — r 0.S.1 

International financial 
information: problems connected 
with the oil price increases, 
capital flows, and investments. 
!1ar. 4, 1975. U2 p. Scuka, Cario. 



Arab- Israeli conflict--Chronoloqy 
A select chrcnoloqy and 
backoround documents relatinq to 
the diddle East (second revised 
edition). Feb. 1975. 313 p. 
Mark, Clyde. Sterste, Daqnija. 
Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Foreiqn 
Pelations, 94th Conq. , 1st sess 



Archives--f 0. S. 1 

The manaqement of Presidential 

papers: a brief overview. Sept. 

27, 1974. 7 p. Relyea, Harold. 
Appears in O.S. Conqress. 
House. Committee on House 
Administration. Subcommittee on 
Printinq. The "Public Documents 
Act." Hearinqs, 93d Conq., 2d 
sess. 1974. p. 142-148. 



Presidential papers: their 
manaqement, preservation and use. 
War. 10, 1975. 46 p. Relyea, 
Harold. 



Archives — [0.S.1 — Law and legislation 
Conqressional review of 
regulations issued by Administrator 
of General Services under 
Presidential Recordings and 
Materials Preservation Act. Mar. 
19, 1975. 4 p. Treacy, Vincent. 
Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Government 
Operations. GSA regulations 
implementing Presidential 
Recordings and Materials 
Preservation Act. Hearing, 94th 
Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 69-72. 
Also in O.S. Congress. House. 
Committee on House 
Administration. Subcommittee on 
Printinq. GSA regulations to 
implement title I of the 
Presidential Recordings and 
Materials Preservation Act. 
Hearings, 94th Cong., 1st sess. 
1975. p. 151-154. 

Also in House report no. 94- 
560, Committee on House 
Administration. Disapproving 
regulations proposed by the 
General Services Administration 
implementing the Presidential 
Recordinqs and Materials 
Preservation Act. 1975. p. 65- 
69. 



Armaments 

see Weapons systems 



Armed forces 

see Arms control 

National defense 



Arms control 

Congress and nuclear safeguards. 
Apr. 9, 1975. 32 p. Donnelly, 
Warren. 

Appears in a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations. Peaceful nuclear 
exports and weapons 
proliferation. 1975. p. 423-454. 



Western approach to the 
Conference on Security and 
Cooperation in Europe. Sept. 
1974. 48 p. Mian, Pauline. 
Multilith 74-175 F 



Arms control agreements 

Conqress and nuclear safeguards. 
Apr. 9, 1975. 32 p. Donnelly, 
Warren. 

Appears in a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations. Peaceful nuclear 
exports and weapons 
proliferation. 1975. p. 423-454. 



Peaceful nuclear exports and 
weapons proliferation; a 
compendium. Apr. 1975. 1355 p. 
Donnelly, Warren. Rather, Barbara. 
Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations, 94th Cong., 1st sess. 

Warren Donnelly and Barbara 
Rather assisted the committee in 
the preparation of the report. 



Asia 

see Names of individual countries 



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Assistance to underdeveloped areas 
see American economic assistance 
Arab economic assistance 



Associations, institutions, etc. 

see Names of specific associations, 
institutions, 
orqanizations, etc. 



Astronautical accidents — [ O.S. S. R. ] 

Astronaut information: American 
and Soviet (1975). Pev. June 20, 
1975. 69 p. Luxenberq, Barbara. 
Zeqel, Vikki. Smith, Marcia, rev. 
Revision issued as Multilith 75- 
131 SP. 



Astronauts and cosmonauts: 
bicqraphical and statistical data. 
June 1975. 179 p. Smith, Marcia. 
Zeqel, Vikki. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Science and 
Technoloqy, 94th Conq., 1st sess. 



Astronautical accidents — [O.S.I 

Astronaut information: American 
and Soviet (1975) . Pev. June 20, 
1975. 69 p. Luxenberq, Barbara. 
Zeqel, Vikki. Smith, Marcia, rev. 
Revision issued as Multilith 75- 
131 SP. 



Atomic energy — [O.S. 1 — Law and 
legislation 

A compilation of Federal laws 
relating to conservation and 
development of our Nation's fish 
and wildlife resources, 
environmental quality, and 
oceanography. Jar.. 1975. 844 p. 
Williams, Gtover. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Coirmittee on Merchant 
Marine and Fisheries, 94th Cong. 
1st sess. 



.c Fnergy Act 

Questions about the effects of 
the California nuclear safeguards 
initiatives. Mar. 31, 1975. 18 p, 
Donnelly, Warren. 

Without the tables, appears 
also in the Congressional record 
[daily ed. ] v. 121, June 10, 
1975: E3051-E3052. 



Atomic power plant accidents — 
f California] — State laws 

Questions about the effects of 
the California nuclear safeguards 
initiatives. Mar. 31, 1975. 18 p. 
Donnelly, Warren. 

without the tables, appears 
also in the Congressional record 
[dailv ed. ] v. 121, June 10, 
1975: E3051-E3052. 



Astronauts and cosmonauts: 
bioqraphical and statistical data. 
June 1975. 179 p. Smith, Marcia. 
Zeqel, Vikki. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Science and 
Technoloqy, 94th Cong., 1st sess. 



Atomic power plant accidents--[ 0. S. ] 
Notes on the emergency core 
cooling system issue. [Feb. 1, 
1975] 3 p. Connelly, Warren. 
Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. ] v. 121, Feb. 
3, 1975: S1377-S1379. 



Astronautics and state 
see Space policy 



Astronauts — [ 0. S. S. R. 1 — Eiography 

Astronaut information: American 
and Soviet (1575). Pev. Jure 20, 
1975. 69 p. Luxenberq, Barbara. 
Zeqel, Vikki. Smith, Marcia, rev. 
Revision issued as Multilith 75- 
131 SP. 



Astronauts and cosmonauts: 
bioqraphical and statistical data. 
June 1975. 179 p. Smith, Marcia. 
Zeqel, Vikki. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Science and 
Technoloqy, 94th Conq., 1st sess. 



Astronauts — f O.S. 1 — Eiography 

Astronaut information: American 
and Soviet (1975). Pev. June 20, 
1975. 69 p. Luxenberg, Barbara. 
Zeqel, Vikki. Smith, Marcia, rev. 
Revision issued as Multilith 75- 
131 SP. 



Astronauts and cosmonauts: 
bioqraphical and statistical data. 
June 1975. 179 p. Smith, Marcia. 
Zeqel, Vikki. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Science and 
Technoloqy, 94th Conq., 1st sess. 



Atomic power plant accidents — [O.S.]-- 
Law and legislation 

Nuclear power plants: accident 
risks; "the Rasmussen report." 
Nov. U, 1974. 3 p. Donnelly, 
Warren. Rather, Barbara. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. 1 v. 120, Dec. 
9, 1974: S20758-S20760. 



Atomic power plants--[ O.S. ] 

A review of nuclear waste 
management practices, plans and 
potential problems. Dec. 3, 1974, 
19 p. Trumbule, Pobert. 



Atomic submarines--[ O.S. 1 

Strategic nuclear delivery 
systems: how many? What 
combinations? Oct. 7, 1974. 123 
p. Collins, John. Chwat, John. 
Multilith 74-177 F 



Atomic weapons 

Peaceful nuclear exports and 
weapons proliferation; a 
compendium. Apr. 1975. 1355 p. 
Donnelly, Warren. Rather, Barbara, 
Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations, 94th Cong. , 1st sess, 

Warren Donnelly and Earbara 
Rather assisted the committee in 
the preparation of the report. 



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Atomic weapons — [Foreiqnl 

Congress and nuclear safeguards. 
Apr. 9. 1975. 32 p. Donnelly, 
Warren. 

Appears in a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations. Peaceful nuclear 
exports and weapons 
proliferation. 1975. p. U23-U5U, 



Atomic weapons — [U.S.I 

Strateqic nuclear delivery 
systems: how many? What 
combinations? Oct. 7, 197tt. 123 
p. Collins, John. Chwat, John. 
Bultilith 7U-177 F 



Automobiles— [ 0. S. ] 

An inquiry into the reasons for 
difference in American and foreign 
cars. Bar. 7, 1975. 3H p. 
Biniek, Joseph. 



Automobiles — [Western Europe] 

An inquiry into the reasons for 
difference in American and foreign 
cars. Bar. 7, 1975. 3U p. 
Biniek, Joseph. 



Aviation accidents — [D.S.] 

Collision avoidance technologies. 
May 1, 1975. 33 p. Raleigh, Lani. 
Bultilith 75-123 SP 



Attaches— [U.S. ] 

Science, technology, and American 
diplomacy; science and technology 
in the Department of State: 
bringing technical content into 
diplomatic policy and operations. 
June 1975. 180 p. Huddle, 
Franklin. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on International 
Relations, Subcommittee on 
International Security and 
Scientific Affairs. 



Aviation safety— [ 0. S. ] 

Collision avoidance technologies. 
Hay 1, 1975. 33 p. Raleigh, Lani. 
Bultilith 75-123 SP 



Avionics — [O.S. ] 

Collision avoidance technologies. 
Hay 1, 1975. 33 p. Raleigh, Lani. 
Bultilith 75-123 SP 



Automated information networks 
see Information networks 



Bacteriological warfare 
see Biological warfare 



Automatic data processing 

see Electronic data processing 



Balance of payments 

see also International monetary system 
Petrodollars 



Automobile accidents and safety 
see Traffic accidents and safety 



Automobile emission control 

see Motor vehicle pollution control 



O.S. policy in a changing world 
economy: foreign economic policies 
for the second half of the 
seventies. Nov. 11, 197tt. 38 p. 
Reifman, Alfred. 

Bultilith 7U-190 S 



Automobile industry — [0.S.1 

An overview of automobile 
production and marketing. Jan, 
1975. 50 p. Biniek, Joseph. 



Bank deposits— [ O.S. ] 

Liability management of banks. 
Feb. 27, 1975. 20 p. Wells, F. 
Jean. 



Automobile insurance — [U.S.] 

No-fault vehicle insurance: a 
survey of the liability system; 
criticisms of that system; and the 
no-fault alternative. Auq. 20, 
1973. 58 p. Revised June 9, 1975. 
61 p. Israel, Richard. Shea, 
Kathleen, rev. 

Bultilith 75-138 A [569/1UU] 
Revision of Bultilith 73-171 A. 



Bank manaqement — [O.S. ] 

Liability manaqement of banks. 
Feb. 27, 1975. 20 p. Wells, F. 
Jean. 



lank reserves — [U.S.] 

Liability management of banks. 
Feb. 27, 1975. 20 p. Wells, F. 
Jean. 



Automobile insurance — [U.S.I — 
Biblioqraphy 

No-fault automobile insurance: 
selected references, 1972 - July 
197a. Auq. 29, 197U. 11 p. 
Levine, Robyn. 

Bultilith 7U-159 L 



Supplemental selective reserve 
requirements on commercial bank 
assets: an option for credit 
allocations based on social qoals. 
Auq. 1, 197U. 10 p. Farb, Warren. 
Bultilith 7U-1U6 E 



Automobile production— [ U. S. 1 

An overview of automobile 
production and marketinq. Jan, 
1975. 50 p. Einiek, Joseph. 



Banks and fcankinq 

see also Bank reserves 

Development credit 
institutions 



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!anks and bankinq — f 0. S. 1 

Rational bank stockholders list, 
availability to individual 
stockholders. Apr. 1, 1975. 1 p. 
Lauck, Eobert. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. 1 v. 121, June 
27, 1975: S11810. 



Birth control — ("U.S. ] — Bibliography 
Evaluation research and its 
application to health programs: 
selected references, 1970-1974. 
Feb. 21, 1975. 15 p. Davenport, 
Nancy. 

Hultilith ^5-59 L 



Treasury tax and loan accounts. 
Apr. 11, 1975. 16 p. Smale, 
Pauline. Hells, F. Jean. 



Birth rate 

see Population statistics 



Bauxite 

Alternatives to imported bauxite: 
domestic potential sources of 
aluminum. Aug. 9, 1974. 25 p. 
Phillips, Stephen. 

Appears in a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations, Permanent 
Subcommittee on Investigations. 
Haterials shortages: aluminum. 
1974. p. 13-37. 

Also in D.S. Congress. Joint 
Economic Committee. Subcommittee 
on Economic Growth, outlook for 
prices and supplies of industrial 
raw materials. Hearings, 93d 
Conq., 2d sess. 1974. p. 425- 
476. 



Blind 

see also Public assistance programs 



Blind— [O.S. 1— Statistics 

Key facts on the handicapped. 
Apr. 1, 1975. 32 p. Klebe, Edward, 
Hultilith 75-16 ED 



(omber aircraft — [O.S.] 

Strategic nuclear delivery 
systems: how many? what 
combinations? Oct. 7, 1974. 123 
p. Collins, John. Chwat, John. 
Hultilith 74-177 F 



Beveraqes — [O.S. 1 

Banning non-returnable beverage 
containers. Jan. 10, 1975. 13 p. 
Reisch, Hark. 



Bonds 

see also 



Government securities 
Public debt 



Biodegradation 

see Hater pollution control 



Biological warfare 

Chemical and biological warfare: 
issues and developments during 
1974. Jan. 2, 1975. 105 p. 
HcCullough, James. 

Hultilith 75-13 SP 



Bonds — [ 0. s. ] 

Flexible interest rate notes: a 
review of public policy questions 
raised by the July 1974 Citicorp 
offering. July 29, 1974. 9 p. 
Hells, F. Jean. 

Hultilith 7U-145 E 



Braceros 

see Higrant labor 



Biomedical enqineerinq 

see also Hedical instruments and 
apparatus 



Biomedical enqineerinq — Research 

Genetic enqineerinq: evolution of 
a technological issue; supplemental 
report I. Dec. 1974. 215 p. 
HcCullough, James. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Science and 
Astronautics, Subcommittee en 
Science, Research, and 
Development, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



Bipartisan commissions 

see Federal advisory bodies 

Independent regulatory commissions 



irain drain 

Science, technology, and American 

diplomacy; brain drain: a study of 

the persistent issue of 

international scientific mobility. 

Sept. 1974. 272 p. Hhelan, Joseph. 
Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Foreign 
Affairs, Subcommittee on National 
Security Policy and Scientific 
Developments. 



Broadcasting — [ 0. S. ] — Statistics 

Broadcast coverage of state 
legislatures. Sept. a, 1974. 2 p. 
Hellborn, Clay. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Joint Committee on Congressional 
Operations. Congress and mass 
communications. Appendix to 
hearings, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 
1974. p. 949-950. 



Birth control 

see also Abortion 



Budgets 

see Defense budgets 
Federal budgets 



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Buildinqs — [ 0. S. 1 — Finance 

Federal grant-in-aid programs 
which provide construction grants 
directly to public and private 
nonprofit institutions and 
aoencies. Bay 9, 1975. 11 p. 
Haffei, Barbara. 



Bureaucracy 

see Federal employees 
Federal officials 



Campaign funds — [U.S.] — Pro and con 
How can the Federal political 
system be improved? A collection 
of excerpts and bibliography 
relating to the high school debate 
topic, 197U-75. [Aug.] 197U. 38ft 
p. Hoe, Ronald. Yacker, Bare. 
Gorman, Joseph. Pauls, Frederick. 
Lampson, Edward. Morgan, Anne. 
Issued as Senate document no. 
93-79, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



Jusiness cycles 
see Economic stabilization 



Campaign funds--[ O.S. ]--Taxation 

Tax aspects of campaign financing 
and related matters affected by 
Public Law 93-625. June 1975. 100 
p. Burdette, Robert. 

Bultilith 75-172 A [575/102] 



Business firms 

see Corporations 



Business income tax — [O.S. 1 — Law and 
legislation 

Proposed tax reform: summaries of 

items ircluded in the tentative 

decisions of the Committee on Bays 

and Means, House cf 

Representatives, 93rd Congress. 

Nov. ft, 19711. 95 p. Drake, Susan. 
Gravelle, Jane. Kohnen, Harold. 

Barley, Ann. 



Business Roundtable. 

An analysis of the results cf the 
Business Roundtable poll on the 
Consumer Advocacy Agency. Bay 6, 
1975. ft p. Helnick, Daniel. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. 1 v. 121, June 
6, 1975: S1008-S1011. 

Appears also in O.S. Conqress. 
House. Committee on Government 
Operations. Legislation and 
National Security Subcommittee. 
Establishing an agency for 
consumer protection. Hearinqs, 
9ftth Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 
255-261. 



Cancer research — [O.S.] 

Cancer-causing agents in drinkino 
water. Nov. 20, 197ft. 10 p. 
Becker, S. William. 



Vinyl chloride: an occupational 
health hazard. Jan. 17, 1975. 59 
p. Bourne, Joanna. 

Hultilith 75-63 SP 



Capital 

International financial 
information: problems connected 
with the oil price increases, 
capital flows, and investments. 
Bar. u, 1975. «2 p. Scuka, Dario. 



Capital— [ O.S. ] 

Some aspects of Federal 
borrowing: the activities of 
Federal off-budget agencies, 
government sponsored agencies, and 
federally guaranteed borrowing. 
Oct. ft, 197«. 17 p. Hitrisin, 
John. 



Busing (School inteqration) — [O.S.I — 
Leqislative histories 

Legislative history — House of 
Representatives floor consideration 
of H.R. 69, the Elementary and 
Secondary Education Amendments of 
197ft. July 8, 197ft. 51 p. 
Riddle, Hayne. 

Hultilith 7ft-135 ED 



Capital investments 

see also Investment tax credit 



Capital investments — [O.S. ] 

Projections of electricity demand 
and the capital requirements of the 
electric utility industry. June 
12, 1975. 15 p. Lancaster, Angela. 



Cabinet system 

see Parliamentary government 



Cartels 
see also 



International corporations 
Monopolies 



Campaiqn funds — [O.S. 1--Law and 
leqislation 

Federal Election Campaiqn Act 
Amendments of 197ft. Feb. 20, 1975. 
«« p. Fiori, Patricia. 



O.P.E.C.: orqanization of the 
petroleum exporting countries, 
background, review and analysis. 
Oct. 20, 197ft. 35 p. Scuka, Dario. 
Hultilith 7U-189 E 



Ouestions and answers discussing 
the Federal laws regulating 
campaiqn financing. Bar. 1975. 
1U0 p. Tadlcsky, Elizabeth. 
Burdette, Robert. 

Hultilith 75-103 A [102/565 1 



O.S. policy in a changing world 
economy: foreign economic policies 
for the second half cf the 
seventies. Nov. 11, 197«. 38 p. 
Reifman, Alfred. 

flultilith 7H-190 S 



81 



CBR warfare 

see Bicloqical warfare 
Chemical warfare 



Censorship 

see Pornography 



Chronology — Twiddle East] 

A select chronology and 
background documents relating to 
the Middle East (second revised 
edition). Fet. 1975. 313 p. 
Hark, Clyde. Sterste, Dagnija. 
Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Foreign 
Relations, 9"th Cong., 1st sess. 



Censures in Congress 

see Congressional ethics 



lical warfare 

Chemical and bioloaical warfare: 
issues and developments during 
197U. Jan. 2, 1S75. 105 p. 
HcCullough, James. 

Hultilith 75-13 SP 



Church schools — [U.S.] 

The constitutional boundaries of 

public aid to parochial schools: an 

analysis of Heek v. Pittenger. Hay 

28, 1975. 27 p. Ackerman, David. 

Hultilith 75-139 A [570/98] 



Citizen participation 

see Community development 



Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act 
Child abuse. Hay 22, 1973. 87 
p. Revised Apr. 2, 1975. 75 p. 
Jones, Jean. 

Hultilith 75-97 ED 
Revision of Hultilith 73-10U ED. 
An earlier version of the 
multilith appears in the 
Congressional record f daily ed. ] 
v. 119, July 1U, 1973: S13U59- 
S13U60. 



Child care centers 
see Day care 



City government 

see Hunicipal politics and government 



city planning 

see Urban plaining 



Civil liberties 

see Freedom of information 
Right of privacy 
Right to counsel 
Searches and seizures 



Child welfare 

see also Cruelty to children 
Day care 

Juvenile delinquency 
Public assistance programs 



Civil rights legislation--[ U.S. ] 

A summary of "The Voting Rights 
Act: Ten Years After," a report of 
the United States Commission on 
Civil Rights, January 1975. Feb. 
21, 1975. 23 p. Gorman, Joseph. 
Hultilith 75-57 GGR 



Child welfare — [U.S.] 

Brief legislative history of 
title UB of the Social Security Act- 
-grants to states for child welfare 
services. Bar. 13, 1975. 5 f. 
Burke, Vee. 



Classified information 

see Government information 
Official secrets 



Selected Federal programs which 
provide services relating to child 
care for preschcol children. Bar. 
12, 1975. 17 p. Education and 
Public Welfare Division. 
Hultilith 75-93 ED 



Cleveland, Grover. 

Resolutions to impeach, or to 
investigate the possibility of 
impeaching a President of the 
United States. July 8, 197«. 17 
p. Stathis, Stephen. 



Child welfare— r U.S. ] — Law and 
leqislaticn 

Child care legislation in the 
93rd Congress. Feb. 3, 1975. 26 
p. Halcne, Bargaret. 
Hultilith 75-3U ED 



Clinics 

see Hospitals 



Closed shop 

see Union security 



Children 

see Adoption 

Child welfare 

Families 

Public assistance prograi 



Coal — [U.S. ] 

An analysis of cost factors of 
1974 coal prices. June 15, 1975, 
18 p. Anderson, Robert. 
Hultilith 75-160 EP 



Chronology 
see also 



Subdivision Chronology under 
specific topics, e.g. 
Vietnamese Conflict- 
Chronology 



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Coal— rtJ.S.l (Cont.) 

Factors affecting coal 
substitution for other fossil fuels 
in electric power production and 
industrial uses. [Hay 1975] 03 p. 
Aanew, Allen. Gushee, David. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 90th Conq., 1st 
sess. 



Coastal zone--[Gt. Brit,] 

North Sea oil and gas: impact of 
development on the ccastal zone. 
Oct. 19"m. 177 p. Doumani, 
George. Franssen, Herman. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Commerce, 93d 
Cong. , 2d sess. 

George Doumani and Herman 
Franssen assisted in the 
preparation of the report. 



— r 0. S. ] — Finance 

An analysis of 197U coal prices. 
Dec. 1970. 11 p. Anderson, Robert. 



Coastal zone management 

see also Harine resources conservation 
Water polluticn control 



Coal gasification — C O.S.I 

Coal conversion: gasification and 
liquefaction (revised). July 2, 
1970. 19 p. Griffin, Winifred. 
Hultilith 70-115 SP 



Coal liquefaction — r O.S.I 

Ccal conversicn: aasification and 
liquefaction (revised). July 2, 
197U. 19 p. Griffin, Winifred. 
Hultilith 70-115 SP 



Coal mines and mining— f 0. S. 1 

An analysis cf cost factors of 
1974 coal prices. June 15, 1975. 
18 p. Anderson, Robert. 
Hultilith 75-160 EP 



Factors affecting coal 
substitution for other fossil fuels 
in electric power production and 
industrial uses. T Hay 1975] «3 p. 
Aqnew, Allen. Gushee, David. 
Issued as a committee print, 
Senate committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 90th Cong., 1st 
sess. 



Coastal zone management — [O.S. ] 

Energy facility siting. Har. 10, 
1975. 09 p. Fletcher, W. Wendell. 
Hultilith 75-78 EF 
Appears also in a ccmiittee 
print. Senate Committee on 
Interior and Insular Affairs, 
Readings on land use policy: a 
selection of recent articles and 
studies on land use policy issues 
and activities in the United 
States. 1975. p. 007-055. 

An excerpt appears in a 
committee print. Senate Committee 
on Commerce. Energy facility 
siting in coastal areas. 1S75. 
p. 59-68. 



Oil and gas from the outer 
continental shelf: analysis of the 
"Energy Supply Act" and summary of 
the Senate debate on S. 3221. Feb. 
1, 1975. 10 p. Rothberg, Paul. 
Appears in a committee print. 
Office of Technology Assessment. 
An analysis of the feasibility of 
separating exploration from 
production of oil and gas on the 
outer continental shelf. 1°75. 
p. 236-209. 



Coal mines and mining— f 0. S. ] — Law and 
legislation 

The cost to consumers if strip 
mir.inq legislation is enacted. 
TApr. 22, 19751 1 p. Canaday, 
Henry. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. ] v. 121, Apr. 
28, 1975: H3392. 



mines and mining— f O.S. 1 — Taxation 

Sumsary of principal provisions 
of the Internal Revenue Code 
affecting enerqy resources, 
production and consumption (oil, 
gas, and coal). Nov. 9, 1973. 9 
p. Revised June 6, 1975. 10 p. 
Leibowitz, Georqe. Tannenwald, 
Robert, rev. 

Hultilith 75-150 E 



Coal mines and mining— f West (O.S.) ] 
A compilation cf documents 
relating to water availability for 
energy production. (Nov. 1970] 
1133 p. Brown, Howard. 

Appears in a committee print. 
Senate Cormittee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs. Water and 
enerqy self-sufficiency. 1970. 
p. 19-1151. 



Coastal zone macaqement — [O.S.] — Law and 
legislation 

Land use activities of the 93rd 
Congress that pertain to the 
coastal zone. Hay 13, 1975. 26 p. 
Fletcher, W. Wendell. 



Collective bargaining 

see also Employees' representation ii 
management 



Collective bargaining— [ 0. S. ] — 
Bibliography 

Onionism and collective 
bargaining for agricultural 
workers: a selective bibliography. 
June 3, 1971. 13 p. Revised Aug. 
16, 1970. 13 p. Hortimer, Louis. 
Fulton, Joseph, rev. 
Hultilith 70-153 E 
Revision of Hultilith 71-103 E. 



Collective labor agreements 
see Onion security 



College costs 

see also Student loan funds 



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Colleae costs--f O.S. ] 

Postsecondary education expenses: 
parental cbliqation and the Federal 
Government. flay 20, 1975. 5 p. 
Stedman, Jim. 



Tax relief to students and 
parents for hiqher education 
expenses: current provisions and 
proposed reforms, with selected 
biblicqraphy. Jan. 23, 1975. 20 
p. Pastorius, Gary. 
Hultilith 75-21 S 



Colorado Fiver development 

A compilation of documents 
relatinq to water availability for 
er.erqy production, r Nov. 1970] 
1133 r. Brown, Howard. 

Appears in a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs. Water and 
enerqy self-sufficiency. 197U. 
p. 19-1151. 



Communications Act 

The First Amerdment Clarification 
Act Of 1975 — S. 2. [Apr. 21, 1975] 
7 p. Folino, Pobert. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Commerce. 
Subcommittee or Communications. 
Fairness doctrine. Hearings, 
9oth Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 
38-00. 



Communism 

see Communist parties 

Subversive activities 



Communist parties--[ 0. S. ] — Law and 

legislation 

Current standing of laws 
affecting electoral status of 
subversive organizations and 
persons. July 8, 1970. 12 p. 
Celada, Paymond. 



San Juan-Chama and Navajo Indian 
projects: related impacts in the 
San Juan River Basin. [June 12, 
19751 to p. viessman, Warren. 
Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs. 
Subcommittee on Enerqy Pesearch 
and Water Pescurces. San Juan- 
Chama project. Hearinq, 90th 
Conq., 1st sess. 1975. p. 337- 
000. 



Communist parties--[ 0. S. ] — Legal cases 
Cases relatinq to subversive 
activities appealed to the Supreme 
Court of the Onited States. Apr. 
1, 1968. 135 p. Sept. 12, 1970. 
118, 6 p. Celada, Paymond. Dale, 
Charles. 

Hultilith 70-165 A [508/272] 
Revision of Hultilith A 233 
[033/272] 



Combinations in restraint of trade 
see Cartels 

Honopolies 



Commerce 

see Fcreiqi 



Community development 

see also Orban planning 



Community development — [O.S. ] — Finance 
Overview of the "701" 
comprehensive planning assistance 
program, 1950-1970. Feb. 11, 1975. 
30 p. Wellborn, Clay. 



Commercial fishirq 
see Fisheries 



Commercial policy 

see Foreiqn trade policy 



A review of congressional action 
taken on the Nixon administration 
special revenue sharing proposals, 
93rd Congress. Jan. 20, 1970. 19 
p. Revised Dec. 1970. 21 p. 
HcBreen, Haureen. 

Hultilith 75-8 E 

Revision of Hultilith 70-17 E. 



Commissions of the federal government 
see Federal advisory bodies 

Independent requlatory commissions 



Committees of Conqress 

see Conqressional committees 

Congressional committees (House) 
Ccnqressicnal committees (Senate) 



Community development — [O.S. ] — Law and 

leqislation 

The Housing and Community 
Development Act of 1970 (Public Law 
93-383): summary and analysis. 
Sept. 16, 1970. 76 p. Schusshein, 
Horton. Parente, Francis. Farb, 
Warren. Berlin, Barry. Katz, 
Jane. Wellons, Pichard. 
Hultilith 70-167 E 



Commodity control — [O.S.] 

Haterials shortaqes; resources 
and shortaqes: an economic 
interpretation. Sept. 1970. 31 i 
Dunn, LePoy. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations, Permanent 
Subcommittee on Investigations, 
93d Conq. , 2d sess. 



Summary of Headstart, Economic 
Opportunity and Community 
Partnership Act of 1970. Feb. ( 
1975. 7 p. Schmitz, Stuart. 
Hultilith 75-32 ED 



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Community facilities — TO.S. "]--Finance 
Federal qrant-in-aid programs 
which provide construction qrants 
directly to public and private 
nonprofit institutions ar.d 
aqencies. May 9, 1975. 11 p. 
Maffei, Barbara. 



Community health services--r 0. S. 1 — 
Biblioqraphy 

Evaluation research and its 
application to health proqratns: 
selected references, 1970-197U. 
Feb. 24, 19T5. 15 p. Davenport, 
Nancy. 

Multilith 75-59 t 



Conflict of interests 

see also Congressional ethics 
Financial disclosure 



Conflict of interests — [O.S.] — Law and 

leqislat ion 

Conflict of interest provisions 
applicable to Department of Justice 
personnel. Sept. 5, 1974. 62 p. 
Haskell, Jack. 



Congress 
see also 



Community planninq 
see Drban plarninq 



House of Representatives 
Members of Congress 
Members of Congress (House) 
Senate rules and procedure 
Terms beginning with the 
word Congressional 



Community work and traininq proqrams 
see Manpower traininq proqrams 



Conqress — Bibliography 

Conqress: a select annotated 
bibliography. Jan. 14, 1975. 11 
p. Pundquist, Paul. 

Nultilith 75-11 GGR 



Companies 

see Corporations 



Competition 
see Cartels 

Monopolies 



Computer industry--f 0. S. 1 — Biblioqraphy 
The computer industry: qrowth and 
evolution, with special emphasis on 
qovernment requlation and antitrust- 
-selected references 1974. Sept. 
16, 1974. 48 p. Becker, Louise. 
Bartscher, Eileen. 

Multilith 74-199 SP 



Computer industry — fO.S.1 — Law and 
leqislation 

The computer industry: qrowth and 
evolution, with special emphasis or 
qovernment requlation and antitrust- 
-selected references 1974. Sept. 
16, 1974. 48 p. Becker, Louise. 
Bartscher, Eileen. 

Multilith 74-199 SP 



Computers 

see Electronic data processinq 

Information storaqe and retrieval 
systets 



Conference on Security and Cooperation 
in Europe. 

Conference on Security and 
Cooperation in Europe: the Soviet 
approach. Apr. 3, 1975. 63 p. 
Miko, Francis. 

Multilith 75-91 F 



The leqislative scene; a 
descriptive list of selected 
newsletters, -journals, and other 
periodical publications covering 
conqressional activities. Jan. 9, 
1970. 11 p. Revised Dec. 19, 
1972. 12 p. Second revision Dec. 
31, 1974. 14 p. Kellogg, 
Margaret. Vassallo, Paul, 
fladlock, Walter, rev. 

Multilith 74-224 CR 

Supersedes Hultiliths 72-265 CR 

and 70-276 CR. 



Horkinq tools for congressional 
offices: ar annotated selection of 
publications and services useful to 
Members of Conqress and their 
staffs. Revised Dec. 1S74. 26 p. 
Barry, Rozanne, rev. Goodrum, 
Charles. 

Revision issued as Multilith 74- 

221 CR. 



Conqress — History 

The Continental Conqress ar.d the 
American Revolution (1775-1781) : a 
chronoloqy with bibliography and 
appendix. Mar. 28, 1975. 25 p. 
Neale, Thomas. 

Multilith 75-92 GGR 



Conqress - 79th 

Congressional hearings and 
reports on orqanized crime — a 
biblioqraphy, 93rd Congress - 79th 
Conqress. Aug. 23, 1S72. 6 p. 
Revised Hay 14, 1975. 11 p. 
Vialet, Joyce. HcHugh, Catherine, 
rev. Saxon, Miriam, rev. 

Multilith 75-128 ED 

Revision of Multilith 72-183 ED. 



western approach to the 
Conference on Security and 
Cooperation in Europe. Sept. 1, 
1974. 48 p. Mian, Pauline. 
Multilith 7U-175 F 



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Conqress - 80th 

Congressional hearings and 
reports on oroanized crime — a 
biblicaraphy, 93rd Congress - 79th 
Conqress. Auq. 23, 1972. 6 p. 
Revised May 1<J, 1975. 11 p. 
Vialet, Joyce. HcHuqh, Catherine, 
rev. Saxon, Miriam, rev. 

Multilith 75-128 ED 

Revision of Multilith 72-183 ED. 



Congress - 87th 

Congressional hearings and 
reports on organized crime — a 
bibliography, "3rd Congress - 79th 
Congress. Aug. 23, 1972. 6 p. 
Revised May 1U, 1975. 11 p. 
Vialet, Joyce. McHugh, Catherine, 
rev. Saxon, Miriam, rev. 
Multilith 75-128 EC 
Revision of Multilith 72-183 ED. 






Congress - 81st 

Congressional hearinqs and 
reports on orqanized crime — a 
biblioqraphy, 93rd Congress - 79th 
Congress. Aug. 23, 1972. 6 p. 
Revised May 1U, 1975. 11 p. 
Vialet, Joyce. McHugh, Catherine, 
rev. Saxon, Miriam, rev. 

Multilith 75-128 ED 

Revision of Multilith 72-183 ED. 



Congress - 88th 

Congressional hearings and 
reports on organized crime — a 
bibliography, 93rd Congress - 79th 
Congress. Aug. 23, 1972. 6 p. 
Revised May 1«, 1975. 11 p. 
Vialet, Joyce. McHugh, Catherine, 
rev. Saxon, Miriam, rev. 

Multilith 75-128 ED 

Revision of Multilith 72-183 ED. 






Congress - 82d 

Congressional hearings and 
reports on organized crime — a 
biblicqraphy , 93rd Conqress - 79th 
Conqress. Aug. 23, 1972. 6 p. 
Revised May 1U, 1975. 11 p. 
Vialet, Joyce. HcHuqh, Catherine, 
rev. Saxon, Miriam, rev. 
Multilith 75-128 ED 
Revision of Multilith 72-183 ED. 



Conqress - 89th 

Congressional hearings and 
reports on organized crime — a 
bibliography, 93rd Congress - 79th 
Congress. Aug. 23, 1972. 6 p. 
Revised May 1U, 1975. 11 p. 
Vialet, Joyce. McHugh, Catherine, 
rev. Saxon, Miriam, rev. 

Multilith 75-128 EC 

Revision of Multilith 72-183 ED. 



Congress - 83d 

Congressional hearings and 
reports on organized crime — a 
bibliography, 93rd Congress - 79th 
Congress. Auq. 23, 1972. 6 p. 
Revised May 1U, 1975. 11 p. 
Vialet, Joyce. McHuqh, Catherine, 
rev. Saxon, Hir5am, rev. 

Multilith 75-128 ED 

Revision of Multilith 72-183 ED. 



Conqress - 90th 

Conqressional hearings and 
reports en organized crime — a 
bibliography, 93rd Congress - 79th 
Congress. Aug. 23, 1<72. 6 p. 
Revised May 1tt, 1975. 11 p. 
Vialet, Joyce. McHugh, Catherine, 
rev. Saxon, Miriam, rev. 

Multilith 75-128 ED 

Revision of Multilith 72-183 ED. 



Congress - 80 th 

Conoressional hearings and 
reports on organized crime — a 
bibliography, 93rd Congress - 79th 
Congress. Aug. 23, 1972. 6 p. 
Revised May 1U, 1975. 11 p. 
Vialet, Joyce. McHugh, Catherine, 
rev. Saxon, Miriam, rev. 

Multilith 75-128 ED 

Revision of Multilith 72-183 ED. 



Conqress - 91st 

Congressional hearirgs and 
reports on organized crime — a 
bibliography, 93rd Congress - 79th 
Congress. Aug. 23, 1972. 6 p. 
Revised May 1U, 1975. 11 p. 
Vialet, Joyce. McHugh, Catherine, 
rev. Saxon, Miriam, rev. 

Multilith 75-128 ED 

Revision of Multilith 72-183 EI 



Congress - 85th 

Congressional hearings and 
reports on organized crime — a 
bibliography, 93rd Congress - 79th 
Congress. Aug. 23, 1972. 6 p. 
Revised May Mi, 1975. 11 p. 
Vialet, Joyce. McHugh, Catherine, 
rev. Saxon, Miriam, rev. 

Multilith 75-128 ED 

Revision of Multilith 72-183 ED. 



Congress - 86th 

Congressional hearings and 
reports on organized crime — a 
bibliography, 93rd Congress - 79th 
Congress. Aug. 23, 1972. 6 p. 
Revised May 1U, 1975. 11 p. 
Vialet, Joyce. McHugh, Catherine, 
rev. Saxcn, Miriam, rev. 

Multilith 75-128 ED 

Revision of Multilith 72-183 ED. 



The Equal Employment Opportunity 
Act of 1972: legislative history. 
July 3, 1972. 95 p. Revised May 
21, 1975. 100 p. Downing, Paul. 
Multilith 75-130 GGR 
Revision of Multilith 72-162 
GGR. 



Congress - 92d 

Congressional hearings and 
reports on organized crime — a 
bibliography, 93rd Congress - 79th 
Congress. Aug. 23, 1972. 6 p. 
Revised May 1«, 1975. 11 p. 
Vialet, Joyce. McHugh, Catherine, 
rev. Saxon, Miriam, rev. 

Multilith 75-128 ED 

Revision of Multilith 72-183 ED. 



86 



Conqress - 92d (Cont.) 

The Equal Employment Opportunity 
Act of 1972: leqislative history. 
July 3, 1972. 95 p. Revised Hay 
21, 1975. 100 p. Downinq, Paul. 
Hultilith 75-130 GGR 
Revision cf Hultilith 72-162 
GGR. 



Illeqal aliens: existinq 
leqislation and leqislative action 
in the 92nd and 93rd Conqresses. 
Jar. 31, 1975. 28 p. Vialet, 
Joyce. 

Hultilith 75-28 ED 



Conqress - 93d 

93rd Conqress: summary of malor 
enactments relatinq to crime 
control and the administration of 
criminal lustice. Feb. 20, 1975. 
20 p. Puis, Barbara. 
Hultilith 75-98 ED 



Child care leqislation in the 
93rd Conqress. Feb. 3, 1975. 26 
p. Malone, Harqaret. 
Hultilith 75-3U ED 



Conqressional hearinqs and 
reports on orqanized crime — a 
biblicqraphy , 93rd Conqress - 79th 
Conqress. Auq. 23, 1972. 6 p. 
Revised Hay 14, 1975. 11 p. 
Vialet, Jcyce. HcHuqh, Catherine, 
rev. Saxon, Hiriam, rev. 

Hultilith 75-128 ED 

Revision of Hultilith 72-183 ED. 



Leqislation relatinq to the 
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) 
program enacted during the 93rd 
Congress. Nov. 5, 197a. 6 p. 
Proskauer, Hartha. 

Hultilith 74-197 ED 



Rehabilitation and employment for 
the handicapped — legislation in the 
93rd Congress. Har. 24, 1975. 23 
p. Klebe, Edward. 

Hultilith 75-8U ED 



A review of congressional action 
taken on the Nixon administration 
special revenue sharing proposals, 
93rd Congress. Jan. 2U, 1974. 19 
p. Revised Dec. 1974. 21 p. 
HcBreen, Haureen. 

Hultilith 75-8 E 

Revision of Hultilith 74-17 E. 



Selected Indian affairs 
legislation enacted or considered 
by the 93rd Congress. Har. 6, 
1975. 126 p. Jones, Richard. 
Hultilith 75-68 GGR 



Summary of health legislation 
1959 through 1974 — 86th Congress — 
93rd Congress. Apr. 30, 1971. 22 
p. Revised Feb. 14, 1974. 24 p. 
Second revision Jan. 17, 1975. 28 
p. Klebe, Edward. Price, Richard, 
rev. 

Hultilith 75-15 ED 

Supersedes Hultiliths 74-38 ED 

and 71-127 ED. 



Control of druq abuse: summary of 
principal leqislative activity in 
the 93rd Conqress. Dec. 3, 1974. 
43 p. Hoqan, Harry. 

Hultilith 74-230 ED 



Enerqy conservation leqislation 
in the 93rd Conqress: a summary. 
July 22, 1974. 95 p . Donnelly, 
warren. 

Hultilith 74-139 EP 
Appears also in a committee 

print. Senate Committee on 

Interior and Insular Affairs. 

Readinqs on enerqy conservation. 

1975. p. 367-465. 



A summary of Presidential vetoes: 
93rd Conqress. Jan. 1975. 23 p. 
Hoe, Ronald. 

Hultilith 75-17 GGR 



Veterans' benefits leqislation in 
the 93rd Congress. Jan. 15, 1975. 
14 p. Nemesnyik, Ilona. 
Hultilith 75-12 ED 



Congress - 94th 

Proposed changes in marihuana 
controls, 94th Congress: 
comparative analysis. Hay 9, 1975. 
4 p. Hogan, Harry. 
Hultilith 75-88 ED 



Illeqal aliens: existinq 
leqislation and leqislative action 
in the 92nd and 93rd Conqresses. 
Jan. 31, 1975. 28 p. Vialet, 
Joyce. 

Hultilith 75-28 ED 



Congress and foreign policy 

see also Congressional powers 

Congressional- Presidential 

relations 
President and foreign policy 



Internaticnal environmental 
affairs in the 93rd Conqress. Hay 
21, 1975. 29 p. Sherman, Harvey. 
Hultilith 75-132 EP 



Leqislation in the 93rd Congress 
relatinq to the elderly. Jan. 18, 
1974. 23 p. Revised Oct. 3, 1974. 
26 p. Taqer, Evelyn. 
Hultilith 74-163 ED 
Revision of Hultilith 74-11 ED. 



Congress and foreign policy: 
1974. Apr. 15, 1975. 72 p. 
Foreign Affairs Division. Niehaus, 
Harlorie. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on International 
Relations, 94th Cong., 1st sess. 



Congressional use of its money 
power to control foreign policy. 
Apr. 1, 1975. 28 p. Schick, Allen. 



Leqislation in the 93rd Conqress 
relatinq to the elderly: enacted 
and introduced. Revised Feb. 4, 
1975. 20 p. Taqer, Evelyn. 

Revision issued as Hultilith 75- 

30 ED. 






87 



Congress and foreiqn policy (Cont.) 

Hilitary aid cutcff to aggressor- 
recipients. Sept. 9, 1974. 2 p. 
Celada, Raymond. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record fdaily ed. ] v. 120, Sept. 
11. 197<*: H9170-H9176; Sept. 19: 
S17148-S17149. 



Congress and foreign policy — Bibliography 
Congress, the President and the 
war powers: a bibliography. Cct. 
15, 1972. 8 p. Revised July 25, 
1973. 12 p. Second revision Cec. 
13, 1S7U. 13 p. Wu, Leneice. 
Bite, Vita, rev. 

Hultilith 74-231 P 
Supersedes Hultiliths 73-13« F 
and 72-22 8 F. 



Congress and military policy 
see also Congressional powers 

Congressional-Presidential 

relations 
Defense budgets 
President as Commander-in- 
Chief 



The role of Congress in the 
Department of Defense 
Reorganization Act of 1958. Jun< 
2, 1975. 170 p. Gregory, 
Nathaniel. 

Hultilith 75-161 F 



Congressional apportionment 
see Congressional districts 



Congressional Budget and Impoundment 
Control Act 

The Congressional Budget and 
Impoundment Act (P.L. 93-344) : a 
summary of its provisions. Feb. 5, 
1975. 35 p. Schick, Allen. 
Hultilith 75-33 S 



Congressional Budget and Impoundment 
Control Act — Legislative histories 

The Congressional Budget Act of 
1974 (P.L. 93-344) : legislative 
history and analysis. Feb. 26, 
1975. 223 p. Schick, Allen. 
Hultilith 75-94 S 



The Impoundment Control Act of 
1974 (P.L. 93-344). Jan. 31, 1975. 
54 p. Schick, Allen. 
Hultilith 75-27 S 



Congressional caucuses 

Official and unofficial party 
groups in the House and Senate. 
Har. 7, 1975. 12 p. Rondguist, 
Paul. 

Hultilith 75-70 GGR 



Congressional committees 

see also Congressional committees 

(House) 
Congressional committees 

(Senate) 
Congressional hearings 
Congressional oversight 
Congressional party 

organization 
Contempt of Congress 



Committee assignments of women in 
Congress, 65th-94th Congresses. 
Feb. 28, 1975. 14 p. Holcomb, 
Horrigene. 



Congressional committees — Bibliography 
Congressional ethics and the 
ethics committees: a select 
annotated bibliography. June 5, 
1970. 11 p. Revised Feb. 13, 
1975. 35 p. Pauls, Frederick. 
Lehmann, Hildred, rev. 
Hultilith 75-73 GGR 
Revision of Hultilith 70-149 
GGR. 



Congressional committees — Law and 
legislation 

The Congressional Budget Act cf 
1974 (P.L. 93-344): legislative 
history and analysis. Feb. 26, 
1975. 223 p. Schick, Allen. 
Hultilith 75-94 S 



Congressional committees (House) 
see also Names of specific House 

committees listed under 
O.S. Congress. House. 



Compiled statutes — Committee on 
Government Operations; being a 
compilation of acts of Congress 
reported frcm or connected with the 
Committee on Government Operations. 

3d ed. Dec. 1974. 685 p. 
Williams, Grover. Lyons, Thomas. 
Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Government 
Operations, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 

Grover Williams and Thomas 
Lyons aided the staff in the 
compilation. 



The freshman legislator: selected 
articles. Dec. 4, 1968. 77 p. 
Revised Dec. 8, 1972. 89 p. 
Second revision Dec. 4, 1974. 106 
p. Oleszek, waiter. Yacker, Hare, 
rev. 

Hultilith 74-218 GGR 
Supersedes Hultiliths 72-253 
GGR and GGR 192. 



A short history of the 
development of the House Committee 
on Rules. Har. 8, 1968. 13 p. 
Revised Feb. 17, 196S. 17 p. 
Second revision June 18, 1975. 35 
p. Kravitz, Walter. Oleszek, 
Walter, rev. 

Hultilith 75-148 GGR 
Supersedes Hultiliths GGR 205 
and GGR 156. 

GGR 156 appears also in the 
Congressional record [daily ed. ] 
v. 114, Sept. 26, 1968: E8249- 
E8251. 



Congressional committees (Senate) 
see also Names of specific Senate 
committees listed under 
O.S. Congress. Senate. 



88 



Conaressional committees (Senate) (Cont.) 
Statutes which are within the 
legislative -jurisdiction of the 
Committee on Labor and Public 
Welfare, United States Senate. 
TApr. 18, 19751 183 p. Williams, 
Grover. DeGostin, Robert. 

Appears in Senate report no. 9«- 
87, Committee on Labor and Public 
Welfare. Legislative review 
activity. 1975. p. 189-371. 



Congressional delegations--[ District of 
Columbia 1 

The political evolution of the 
District of Columbia: current 
status and proposed alternatives. 
Apr. 30, 1975. 60 p. Rimensnyder, 
Nelson. 

flultilith 75-121 GGR 



Congressional districts 

Congressional office operations: 
aspects of staff organization in 
Washington and the congressional 
district. Mar. 12, 1975. 1« p. 
Yacker, Hare. 

Hultilith 75-72 GGR 



Congressional ethics 

see also Conflict of interests 
Financial disclosure 



Congressional ethics — Bibliography 
Congressional ethics and the 
ethics committees: a select 
annotated bibliography. June 5, 
1970. 11 p. Revised Feb. 13, 
1975. 35 p. Pauls, Frederick. 
Lehmann, Mildred, rev. 
Hultilith 75-73 GGR 
Revision of Hultilith 70-149 



Congressional ethics — Law and legislation 
Provisions in the United States 
Constitution, Federal statutes and 
rules of the House and Senate 
governing the conduct and 
activities of Members of Congress 
and their staff with appropriate 
annotations of cases. Dec. 22, 
196tt. 15 p. Revised Dec. 29, 
1972. 29 p. Second revision Jan. 
1, 1975. 76 p. Tienken, Robert. 
Durbin, Thomas, rev. 

Hultilith 75-1« A [559/68] 
Revision of Hultilith 73-1 A. 



Congressional districts — [District of 
Columbia 1 

The political evolution of the 
District of Columbia: current 
status and proposed alternatives. 
Apr. 30, 1975. 60 p. Rimensnyder, 
Nelson. 

Hultilith 75-121 GGR 



Congressional-executive relations 
see also Congressional oversight 
Congressional powers 
Congressional- Presidential 

relations 
Executive impoundment of 

appropriated funds 
Executive privilege 

(Government information) 



Congressional elections 
see Campaign funds 



Congressional employees 

Congressional office operations: 
aspects of staff organization in 
Washington and the congressional 
district. Har. 12, 1975. 1U p. 
Yacker, Hare. 

Hultilith 75-72 GGR 



Congressional employees — Law and 
legislation 

Political activities by 
congressional employees. June 13, 
197H. U6 p. Revised Apr. 11, 
1975. 53 p. Eurdette, Robert. 
Haskell, Jack. 

Hultilith 75-122 A [566/103 R] 
Revision of Hultilith 7U-122 A 
[ 5*12/1031. 



Provisions in the Onited States 
Constitution, Federal statutes and 
rules cf the House and Senate 
governing the conduct and 
activities of Members of Congress 
and their staff with appropriate 
annotations of cages. Dec. 22, 
1960. 15 p. Revised Dec. 29, 
1972. 29 p. Second revision Jan. 
1, 1975. 76 p. Tienken, Robert. 
Durtin, Thomas, rev. 

Hultilith 75-1* A [559/681 
Revision of Hultilith 73-1 A. 



Congressional liaison offices of 
the executive departments and 
selected independent agencies. 
June 26, 1973. 9 p. Revised Hay 
9, 1975. 27 p. Earry, Rozanne. 
Blakely, James, rev. 

Hultilith 74-222 CR 

Revision of Hultilith 73-122 CR. 



The proposed Congressional Right 
to Information Act and executive 
privilege: a constitutional 
analysis. Sept. 30, 197U. 2« p. 
Ehlke, Richard. 

Hultilith 70-170 A [551/58] 



Congressional hearings 

see also Contempt of Congress 



Competitive problems in the drug 
industry: Federal drug procurement 
and purchase policies; summary and 
analysis. Dec. 2, 197«*. 56 p. 
Harkus, Glenn. Ebeler, Jack. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Select Committee on Small 
Business, Subcommittee on 
Monopoly, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



89 



Congressional hearings — Statistics 

A survey of all congressional 
committees holding field hearinqs 
in the 91st thrcuqh the 93d 
Cor.qresses. July 3, 197«. 79 p. 
Dean, Trevia. 

Appears in U.S. Congress. 
Joint Committee on Conqressicnal 
Operations. Conqress and mass 
communications. Appendix tc 
hearinqs, 93d Conq., 2d sess. 
197«. p. 756-834. 



Statutes which are within the 
legislative jurisdiction of the 
Committee on Labor and Public 
Welfare, United States Senate. 
[Apr. 18, 1975] 183 p. Williams, 
Grover. DeGostin, Robert. 

Appears in Senate report no. 9U- 
87, Committee or. Labor and Public 
Welfare. Legislative review 
activity. 1975. p. 189-371. 



Conqressional immunities 

see Conqressional privileges and 
immunities 



Conqressional information resources 

see also Leqislative reference 

services 



Conqressional information 
processes for coordinating national 
policies. Dec. 18, 1970. 22 p. 
Fevised Dec. 29, 1972. 23 p. 
Second revision Mar. 26, 1975. 3« 
p. Beckman, Norman. Stevens, 
Arthur, rev. 

Hultilith 75-86 GGF 
Supersedes Hultiliths 73-2 D 

and 70-310 D. 



The legislator as user of 
information technology. Aug. 20, 
1973. 20 p. Revised Hay 1, 1S75. 
25 p. Chartrand, Robert. 
Hultilith 75-77 SP 
Revision of Hultilith 73-130 SP 



Where to qet publications from 
the executive and independent 
aqencies: a directory of the 
sources for official documents. 
Revised Hay 15, 1975. 105 p. 
Gocdrum, Charles. Kolberg, Judith, 
rev. Piatt, Suzy, rev. Gwinn, 
Nancy, rev. 

Revision issued as Hultilith 75- 

135 CF. 



Congressional oversight — Law and 
legislation 

Congressional review of 
regulations issued by Administrator 
of General Services under 
Presidential Recordings and 
Haterials Preservation Act. Har. 
19, 1975. i p. Treacy, Vincent. 
Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Government 
Operations. GSA regulations 
implementing Presidential 
Recordings and Haterials 
Preservation Act. Hearing, 9«th 
Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 69-72, 
Also in D.S. Congress. House. 
Committee en House 
Administration. Subcommittee on 
Printing. GSA regulations to 
implement title I of the 
Presidential Recordings and 
Haterials Preservation Act. 
Hearings, 94th Cong., 1st sess. 
1975. p. 151-15*. 

Also in House report no. 9U- 
560, Committee on House 
Administration. Disapproving 
regulations proposed by the 
General Services Administration 
implementing the Presidential 
Fecordings and Haterials 
Preservation Act. 1975. p. 65- 
69. 



Congressional party organization 

Official and unofficial party 
groups in the House and Senate. 
Har. 7, 1975. 12 p. Fundquist, 
Paul. 

Hultilith 75-70 GGF 



Conqressional information resources — 
Biblioqraphy 

Computer support of congressional 
operations — selected references. 
Fevised Feb. 15, 1975. 7 p. 
Chartrand, Fobert. Emard, Jean 
Paul. 

Fevisicn issued as Hultilith 75- 
67 SP. 



Conqressional information resources — Law 
and legislation 

The Congressional Budget Act of 
197a (P.L. 93-3««) : legislative 
history and analysis. Feb. 26, 
1975. 223 p. Schick, Allen. 
Hultilith 75-94 S 



Congressional oversight 

Program evaluation: emerging 
issues of possible legislative 
concern relating to the conduct and 
use of evaluation in the Congress 
and the executive branch. Nov. 16, 
1974. 79 p. Knezo, Genevieve. 
Hultilith 75-35 



Congressional powers 

see also Congress and foreign policy 
Congress and military policy 
Congressional-executive 

relations 
congressional- Presidential 

relations 
Contempt of Congress 
Executive impoundment of 

appropriated funds 
Federal-state relations 
Legislation 
Presidential powers 
War and emergency powers 



Analysis of article 1, section 5, 
cl. 1 of the United States 
Constitution. [June 12, 1975] 2 
p. Fipy, Thomas. 

Appears in the Congressional 

record ("daily ed. ] v. 121, June 

17, 1975: S10858-S10859. 



90 



Conoressional powers (Cont.) 

Conqress and government 
information security classification 
pclicy: the statutory option. July 
19, 1974. 6 p. Relyea, Harold. 
Appears in 0. S. Conqress. 
House. Committee en Government 
Operations. Foreign Operations 
and Government Information 
Subcommittee. Security 
classification reform. Hearings, 
93d Cong., 2d sess. 1974. p. 
289-29U. 



Congressional redistfict ing 
see Congressional districts 



Congressional reorganization 

Agencies, boards, committees, 
commissions, and offices created in 
the legislative branch (1970 to 
1975): selected statistics on 
staffing. Feb. 20, 1975. 1 p. 
Cwyer, Paul. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. ] v. 121, Feb. 
20, 1S75: H941. 



Congressional- Presidential relations 
see also Congress and foreign pclicy 
Congress and military Folicy 
Congressional-executive 

relations 
Congressional powers 
Presidential powers 



Executive agreements: a survey of 
leqal and political controversies 
concernina their use in Onited 
States practice. Feb. 13, 1975. 
79 p. Sale, David, 

nultilith 75-U5 A [ 563/281 ] 



Hilitarv aid cutoff to aggressor- 
recipients. Sept. 9, 1974. 2 p. 
Celada, Raymond. 

Appears in the Congressional 

record [daily ed. 1 v. 120, Sept. 

11, 1974: H9170-H9176; Sept. 19: 

S17148-S17149. 



Congressional privileges and immunities 
see also Franking privilege 



Congressional privileges and immunities- 
Law and legislation 

Provisions in the Onited States 
Constitution, Federal statutes and 
rules of the House and Senate 
governing the conduct and 
activities of Hembers of Congress 
and their staff with appropriate 
annotations of cases. Dec. 22, 
196a. 15 p. Revised Dec. 29, 
1972. 29 p. Second revision Jan. 
1, 1975. 76 p. Tienken, Robert. 
Durbin, Thomas, rev. 

nultilith 75-1U A [559/68] 
Revision of nultilith 73-1 A. 



Congressional reorganization — law and 
legislation 

The Congressional Budget and 
Impoundment Act (P.L. 93-34U): a 
summary of its provisions. Feb. 5, 
1975. 35 p. Schick, Allen, 
nultilith 75-33 S 



Congressional Right to Information Act 
(Proposed) 

The proposed Congressional Right 
to Information Act and executive 
privilege: a constitutional 
analysis. Sept. 30, 197U. 24 p. 
Ehlke, Richard. 

nultilith 74-174 A [551/58] 



Congressional seniority — Bibliography 

The seniority system in Congress 
a selected and annotated 
bibliography. Nov. 12, 1969. 6 p, 

Revised nar. 24, 1975. 14 p. 
Kravitz, Halter. Oleszek, Halter. 
Rundquist, Paul, rev. 

nultilith 75-109 GGR 
Revision of nultilith 69-241 
GGR. 



Congressional traveling — Finance 
Legislative history of 
congressional committee use of 
counterpart funds during travel 
abroad on official business and 
rescission of requirement that 
reports on use of counterpart and 
appropriated funds be published in 
the Congressional Record each 
calendar year. Aug. 8, 19""». 13 
p. Pauls, Frederick. 



Congressional privileges and immunities- 
Legal cases 

Standing of Hembers of Conqress 
to sue. Hay 14, 1975. 30 p. 
nelsheimer, John. 

nultilith 75-136 A [569/62] 



Conqressicnal record 

The Congressional Record 
including a list of proposed format 
changes. Aug. 6, 1971. 16 p. 
Revised Dec. 21, 1972. 17 p. 
Second revision Har. 10, 1975. 21 
p. Fisher, Louis. Pauls, 
Frederick, rev. Lehmann, Hildred, 
rev. 

nultilith 75-71 GGR 
Supersedes Hultiliths 72-269 
GGR and 71-191 GGR. 



Congressional traveling — Legislative 

histories 

Legislative history of 
congressional committee use of 
counterpart funds during travel 
abroad on official business and 
rescission of requirement that 
reports on use of counterpart and 
appropriated funds be published in 
the Congressional Record each 
calendar year. Aug. 8, 1974. 13 
p. Pauls, Frederick. 






Conqressional votinq 

Voting in the House of 
Representatives when resolved into 
the Committee of the Whole. Jan. 
13, 1971. 3 p. Pevised Dec. 15, 
1972. 3 p. Second revision Dec. 
5, 197U. 3 p. Fisher, Louis. 
Gorman, Joseph, rev. Huckabee, 
David, rev. 

Multilith 7U-216 GGR 
Supersedes multiliths 72-270 
GGR and 72-30 GGE. 



91 



Constitutional amendments — [ O.S. ] — 25. 

Popular elections and the Twenty- 
Fifth Amendment: an historical and 
leqal analysis. Feb. 3, 1975. 3 
p. Killian, Johnny. 

Appears in the Corgressional 
record [daily ed. ] v. 121, Feb. 
3, 1975: S1371-S1373. 

Johnny Killian assisted the 
staff in the preparation of the 
report. 






Conservation of marine resources 
see Marine resources conservation 



Conservation of natural resources 
see also Coastal zone manaqement 
Enerqy conservation 
Forest conservation 
Marine resources conservation 
Recvclinq of waste products 
wildlife conservation 



Preliminary biblioqraphy on 1975- 
76 hiqh schccl debate topic: "what 
policv for the development ar.d 
allocation of scarce world 
resources would best serve the 
interest of the people of the 
world." Mar. 1975. 7 p. Morqan, 
Anne. 

flultilith 75-7U D 



Conservation of natural resources — [O.S. 
Materials shcrtaqes: workshop on 
resource manaqement. Feb. 1975. 
76 p. Donnelly, Warren. Gulick, 
Frances. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations, 9Uth Conq., 1st sess. 

CBS funded the workshop with 
Barren Donnelly as pro-Ject 
officer and Frances Gulick as his 
associate and an important 
contributor. 



Conservation of natural resources — 
("U.S. 1 — Law and leqislation 

Selected bills recently passed by 
the Conqress on environmental 
quality and natural resources 
manaqement. Feb. 1, 1973. 7 p. 
Revised Feb. 12, 1975. 13 p. 
Huqhes, Steve. 

Multilith 75-56 EP 

Revision of Multilith 73-U0 EP. 



Conservation of wildlife 
see wildlife conservation 



Constitutional amendments 

see also Sublect of specific 

amendments 



Constitutional amendments — [ O.S . 1 — 22. 
Presidential tenure: a history 
and examination of the President's 
term of office. Dec. 31, 197U. 66 
P. Dwyer, Paul. 

Multilith 7U-22 GGR 



Constitutional amendments--[ 0. S. ] — 
Addresses, statements, etc. 

Equal Bights Amendment: selected 
floor debate and votes. Dec. 21, 
197U. H3 p. Rolcomb, Morrigene. 
Multilith 7U-23U GGR 



Constitutional law 
see also Congress 



Congressional powers 
Constitutional amendments 
Federal-state relations 
Legislation 

Parliamentary government 
Presidential powers 
Separation of powers 
Veto 
War and emergency powers 



Constitutional law — [O.S. ] 

Analysis of article I, section 5, 
cl. 1 of the Onited States 
Constitution. [June 12, 1975] 2 
p. Ripy, Thomas. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. ] v. 121, June 
17, 1975: S10858-S10859. 



Construction and interpretation of 
statutes 

see Constitutional law 



Consumer price indexes 
see also Cost of living 



Consumer price indexes — [O.S. ] 

Background information for users 
of the consumer price index. Dec. 
12, 197U. 2U p. Amerkhail, 
Valerie. 



Consumer protection — [O.S. ]--Public 
opinion 

An analysis of the results of the 
Business Roundtable poll on the 
Consumer Advocacy Agency. May 6, 
1975. U p. Melnick, Daniel. 

Appears in the Ccngressional 
record [daily ed . ] v. 121, June 
6, 1975: S1008-S1011. 

Appears also in O.S. Congress. 
House. Committee on Government 
Operations. Legislation and 
National Security Subcommittee. 
Establishing an agency for 
consumer protection. Hearings, 
9ttth Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 
255-261. 






72-526 O - 76 - 7 



94 



Delegation of powers 

see Separation cf powers 

War and emerqency powers 



Delinquency 

see Juvenile delinquency 



Democratic Party. 

National conventions. Sept. 9, 
1974. 16 p. Casey, Carol. 



Depletion allowances — (D.S.] 

Percentage depletion allowances 
for oil and the profit picture in 
the oil industry--197u-75, with 
special reference to the 
independent producers. [Bar. 7, 
1975] 2 p. Gravelle, Jane. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. ] v. 121, liar. 
13, 1975: S3917-S3918. 

Also in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. ] v. 121, Bar. 
20, 1975: S4508-S4510. 



Democratic Party. National Committee. 
Charter Commission. 

The Democratic National charter 
and Bid-tern national conference: a 
backqrcund analysis. Dec. 1, 197U. 
28 p. Casey, Carol. 
Hultilith 



The draft charter of the 
Democratic Party of the United 
States: an analysis of major 
provisions to te debated at the 
conference on Democratic Party 
orqanizaticn. Nov. 30, 1974. 30 
p. Gorman, Joseph. 
Hultilith 



Summary of testimony presented by 
panelists on the subject of the 
energy crisis and proposed 
solutions on narch 3, U, 5, 6, 7, 
10, 11, 12, 13, and 14, 1975. 
[Bar. 1975] 51 p. Congressional 
Research Service. 

Issued as a committee print, 

House Committee on Hays and 

Heans, 9Uth Cong., 1st sess. 
Prepared by the staff with the 

assistance of CDS. 



Supplemental bibliography on 
energy tax policy. Feb. 26, 1975. 
5 p. Gravelle, Jane. 

Appears in a committee print. 
Rouse Committee on Hays and 
Means. Background readings on 
energy policy. 1975. p. U1U-U18. 



Democratic Party. National Committee. 
Commission on Delegate Selection and 
Party Structure. 

The Democratic National charter 
and mid-term national conference: a 
background analysis. Dec. 1, 1974. 
28 p. Casey, Carol. 
Hultilith 



Democratic Party. National Committee. 
Commission on Rules. 

The Democratic National charter 
and mid-term national conference: a 
background analysis. Dec. 1, 1974. 
28 p. Casey, Carol. 
Hultilith 



Demoqraphy 

see Population 

Population statistics 



Depletion allowances — [O.S.] — Law and 

legislation 

Summary of principal provisions 
of the Internal Revenue Code 
affecting energy resources, 
production and consumption (oil, 
gas, and coal). Nov. 9, 1973. 9 
p. Revised June 6, 1975. 14 p. 
Leibowitz, George. Tannenwald, 
Robert, rev. 

Hultilith 75-150 E 



The Tax Reduction Act of 1975, 
P.L. 94-12, (H.R. 2166): the 
legislative development of each 
provision, including those items 
not adopted. Apr. 11, 1975. 58 

Drake, Susan. Gravelle, Jane. 
Kohnen, Harold. 

Hultilith 75-108 F 



Demonstration cities 
see Orban planning 



Depreciation and amortization 
see also Investment tax credit 



Department of Defense Reorganization Ac 
The role of Ccnqress in the 
Department of Defense 
Reorqanization Act of 1958. June 
2, 1975. 170 p. Greqory, 
Nathaniel. 

Hultilith 75-161 F 



Depreciation and amortization — [O.s. ] 
An analysis of tax provisions 
affecting business investment: 
depreciation and the investment tax 
credit. Aug. 14, 1974. 50 p. 
Gravelle, Jane. 

Hultilith 74-151 E 



Dependents of military personnel 
see Hllitary dependents 



Description and travel--[ American Samoa] 
American Samoa: a descriptive and 
historical profile. Oct. 8, 1974. 
83 p. Tansill, William. 
Hultilith 74-233 GGR 









95 



Desegregation in education — r Detroit 1 — 
Leqal cases 

Hetropolitanwide relief in school 
desegregation cases: the Supreme 
Court decision in Hilliken v. 
Bradley. Nov. ie, 1974. 36 p. 
Dale, Charles. 

Hultilith 74-201 A [544/98] 



Disasters — [ 0. S. ] 

After disaster strikes: Federal 
programs and organizations. July 
1974. 118 p. Cantor, Joseph. 
Southwick, Jessie. Schick, Allen. 
Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Government 
Operations, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



Desegregation in education — [0.S.1 — 
legislative histories 

Legislative history — House of 
Representatives floor consideration 
of H.R. 69, the Elementary and 
Secondary Education Amendments of 
1974. July 8, 1974. 51 p. 
Riddle, Wayne. 

Hultilith 74-135 ED 



Discharge petition 

see Congressional committees (House) 
House rules and procedure 



Discrimination in education 

see Desegregation in education 



Development credit institutions — [O.S.] 
A new Reconstruction Finance 
Corporation or national development 
bank: some basic issues and three 
proposals. Apr. 11, 1975. 33 p. 
Hitrisin, John. 

Hultilith 75-99 E 



Discrimination in employment — [ 0. S. ] — 
Law and legislation 

The Equal Employment Opportunity 
Act of 1972: legislative history. 
July 3, 1972. 95 p. Revised flay 
21, 1975. 100 p. Downing, Paul. 
Hultilith 75-130 GGR 
Revision of Hultilith 72-162 
GGR. 



Diabetes — fn.S.l — Law and legislation 

Diabetes mellitus: perspectives 

and programs. Sept. 12, 1974. 51 
p. Lemke, Janet. 

Hultilith 74-164 SP 



Diseases 

see Cancer research 
Diabetes 
Kidney diseases 
Sickle cell anemia 



Diabetes — ("O.S. 1 — Research 

Diabetes mellitus: perspectives 
and programs. Sept. 12, 1974. 51 
p. Lemke, Janet. 

Hultilith 74-164 SP 



Diplomatic negotiations 
see Negotiations 



District of Columbia 

The political evolution of the 
District of Columbia: current 
status and proposed alternatives. 
Apr. 30, 1975. 60 p. Rimensnyder, 
Nelson. 

Hultilith 75-121 GGR 



Disarmament 

see Arms control 



District of Columbia. Reformatory, 
Lorton, Va. — History 

The history of the Lorton prison 

complex. June 11, 1975. 3 p. 

Saxon, Hiriam. 



Disaster relief 

see also Food relief 



Doctors 

see Physicians 






Disaster relief — fO.S. 1 — Law and 
legislation 

After disaster strikes: Federal 
programs and organizations. July 
1974. 118 p. Cantor, Joseph. 
Southwick, Jessie. Schick, Allen. 
Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee en Government 
Operations, 93d Cong. , 2d sess. 



Congress and the Nation's 
environment: environmental and 
natural resources affairs of the 
93d Congress. Apr. 1975, 940 p. 
Environmental Policy Division. 
Library Services Division. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 94th Cong., 1st 
sess. 

Bibliographies of congressional 
documents were compiled by the 
Library Services Division. 



Documents 

see Government publications 



Drug abuse 
see also 



Alcoholism 

Drug law and legislation 

Drugs and military personnel 

Narcotic laws 

Narcotic traffic 



Drug abuse — [0. S. ] — Law and legislation 
Control of drug abuse: summary of 
principal legislative activity in 
the 93rd Congress. Dec. 3, 1974. 
43 p. Hogan, Harry. 

Hultilith 74-230 ED 



Drug law and legislation 
see also Narcotic laws 



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Druo law and legislation — CtJ.S. ] 

Competitive problems in the drug 
industry: Federal druq procurement 
and purchase policies; summary and 
analysis. Dec. 2, 1970. 56 p. 
Harkus, Glenn. Ebeler, Jack. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Select Committee on Small 
Business, Subcommittee on 
Hcncpcly, 93d Conq., 2d sess. 



Earth resources satellites 

International aspects of earth 
resources satellites. Aug. 2, 
1970. 18 p. Galloway, Eilene. 
Appears in U.S. Congress. 

Senate. Committee en 

Aeronautical and Space Sciences. 

Earth resources satellites. 

Hearings, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 

1970. p. 260-281. 



Druqs and military personnel — [U.S.] — 
Law and leoislaticn 

Control of drug abuse: summary of 
principal legislative activity in 
the 93rd Ccnqress. Dec. 3, 197a. 
03 p. Hoqan, Harry. 

Hultilith 70-230 ED 



Drunkenness 

see Alccholism 



East-West trade 

Reorientation and commercial 
relations of the economies of 
Eastern Europe. Aug. 16, 1970. 
771 p. Hardt, John. Holliday, 
George. 

Issued as a joint committee 
print. Joint Economic Committee, 
93d Cong. , 2d sess. 

John Hardt planned the scope of 
the research and coordinated and 
edited the contributions to this 
compendium of papers. He was 
assisted by George Polliday. 



Duties of Hembers of Conqress 

Conqressional office operations: 
aspects of staff orqanization in 
washinqton and the conqressional 
district. Bar. 12, 1975. 10 p. 
Tacker, Hare. 

Hultilith 75-72 GGP 



Trade with Cuba. Bar. 0, 1975. 
1 p. Sklar, Earry. 

Appears in the Corgressicnal 
record [daily ed. ] v. 121, Har. 
0, 1975: S2906. 



The freshman legislator: selected 
articles. Dec. 0, 1968. 77 p. 
Revised Dec. 8, 1972. 89 p. 
Second revision Dec. 0, 1970. 106 
p. Oleszek, Walter. lacker. Hare, 
rev. 

Hultilith 70-218 GGP 
Supersedes Hultiliths 72-253 
GGR and GGR 192. 



Western investment in Communist 
economies: a selected survey on 
economic interdependence. Aug. 5, 
1970. 83 p. Hardt, John. 
Holliday, George. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Foreign 
Relations, Subcommittee on 
Hultinational Corporations, 93d 
Cong. , 2d sess. 



Duties of Hembers of Congress — 
Bibliography 

workinq tools for conqressional 
offices: an annotated selection of 
publications and services useful to 
Hembers of Ccnqress and their 
staffs. Revised Dec. 1970. 26 p. 
Barry, Rozanne, rev. Goodrum, 
Charles. 

Revision issued as Hultilith 70- 
221 CR. 



Duties cf Hembers c 

leqislation 

Provisions i 
Constitution, 
rules of the H 
qoverrinq the 
activities cf 
and their staf 
anrotations of 
1960. 15 p. 
1972. 29 p. 
1, 1975. 76 p 
Durbin, Thomas 
Hultilith 
Revision o 



Earnings 

see Profit 



f Congress — Law and 

n the United States 
Federal statutes and 
ouse and Senate 
conduct and 
Hembers of Congress 
f with appropriate 

cases. Dec. 22, 
Revised Dec. 29, 
Second revision Jan. 

Tienken, Robert. 
, rev. 

75-10 A [559/681 
f Hultilith 73-1 A. 



Eavesdropping 

see Electronic surveillance 



Economic assistance 

see American economic assistance 
Arab economic assistance 



Economic concentration — [U.S. ]-- 
Bibliography 

Vertical integration in American 

industry, 1973-75. June 11, 1975. 

7 p. Amerkhail, Valerie. 



Economic conditions — [American Samoa] 

American Samoa: a descriptive and 
historical profile. Oct. 8, 1970. 
83 p. Tansill, William. 
Hultilith 70-233 GGR 



Economic conditions--[Chile ] 

The multilateral development 
banks and the suspension of lending 
to Allende's Chile. Dec. 13, 1970. 
51 p. Sanford, Jonathan. 

Appears in U.S. Congress. 
House. Committee or Foreign 
Affairs, Subcommittee on Inter- 
American Affairs. United States 
and Chile during the Allende 
years, 1970-1973. Hearings. 
1070. p. 017-067. 



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Economic conditions — fO.S. ] 

Analysis of economic impact of 35 
percent increase in OPEC prices. 
June 20, 1975. 20 p. Farb, Barren. 
With an abbreviated table, 
appears also in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. ] v. 121, July 
9, 1975: S12151-S12152. 



Overview of 1976 budget, Feb. 
13, 1975. 70 p. Teeters, Nancy. 
Hultilith 75-aa E 



Economic policy — [Eastern Europe] 

Reorientation and commercial 
relations of the economies of 
Eastern Europe. Aug. 16, 197a. 
771 p. Hardt, John. Hclliday, 
George. 

Issued as a joint committee 
print. Joint Economic Committee, 
93d Conq. , 2d sess. 

John Hardt planned the scope of 
the research and coordinated and 
edited the contributions to this 
compendium of papers. He was 
assisted by George Holliday. 






Economic development 

see Eegional economic development 
Rural economic development 
Urban economic development 



Economic forecasting — f O.S.I 

Pclicy options for the economy at 
■ id- 197a: statements of selected 
economists. Sept. 6, 197U. 35 p. 
Braden, John. 



Economic policy--[0. S. ] 

Economic policy and inflation in 
the Onited States: a survey of 
developments from the enactment of 
the Employment Act of 19a€ through 
197a. Apr. 7, 1975. 101 p. 
Knight, Edward. 

Issued as a joint committee 
print. Joint Economic Committee, 
9ath Cong., 1st sess., as paper 
no. 2 in its series "Studies in 
Price Stability and Economic 
Growth." 



Economic growth 

see also Gross national product 



The development and allocation of 
scarce world resources: selected 
excerpts and references relating to 
the national debate topics for high 
schools 1975-1976. Hay 1975. 399 
p. norgan, Anne. Baker, Janice. 
Donnelly, Warren. Sherman, Harvey. 
Hughes, Steve. 

Issued as Senate document no. 

9U-U5. 9ath Cocg., 1st sess. 



Economic integration — [ Eastern Europel 
Reorientation and commercial 
relations of the economies of 
Eastern Europe. Aug. 16, 197a. 
771 p. Hardt, John. Holliday, 
Georqe. 

Issued as a joint committee 
print. Joint Economic Committee, 
93d Cong. , 2d sess. 

Jchn Hardt planned the scope of 
the research and coordinated and 
edited the contributions to this 
compendium of papers. He was 
assisted by George Holliday. 



Economic policy 

see also Agricultural policies 
Economic stabilization 
Federal aid programs 
Fiscal policy 

Foreign economic relations 
Foreign trade policy 
Full employment policies 
Government ownership 
Government spending 
Inflation 

National growth policy 
Resource allocation 
Social policy 
Subsidies 
Tariff 

Onemployment 
Wage-price policy 



Economic policy — [ O.S. ] — Addresses, 

statements, etc. 

Policy options for the economy 
early in 1975: statements of 
selected economists. Feb. 12, 
1975. 35 p. Braden, John. 



Economic stabilization — [O.S. ] 

Economic policy and inflation in 
the Onited States: a survey of 
developments from the enactment of 
the Employment Act of 19a6 through 
197a. Apr. 7, 1975. 101 p. 
Knight, Edward. 

Issued as a joint committee 
print, Joint Economic Committee, 
9ath Ccng. , 1st sess., as paper 
no. 2 in its series "Studies in 
Price Stability and Economic 
Growth." 



Economic stabilization--[ 0. S. ] — Law and 
legislation 

Hajor economic stabilization 

bills pending before the 9ath 

Congress: a comparative analysis. 

Mar. 28, 1975. 33 p. Knight, 

Edward. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
House. Committee on Banking, 
Currency and Housing. 
Subcommittee on Economic 
Stabilization. Incomes policy 
legislation — 1975. Hearings, 
9ath Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 
18a-216. 



Economists — [ 0. S. ] 

Policy options for the economy 
early in 1975: statements of 
selected economists. Feb. 12, 
1975. 35 p. Braden, John. 



Economy Act 

Reduction of Federal salaries - 
1932-1935. Jan. 10, 1975. 16 p. 
Gressle, Sharon. HcHurtry, 
Virginia. 



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Education 

see Adult education 

Education of handicapped children 
Federal aid to education 
Federal aid to higher education 
Federal aid to medical education 
Federal aid to private schocls 
Preschool education 
Vocational education 



Education of handicapped children 
see also Education of socially 
handicapped children 



Educational law and legislation 

see also Desegregation in education 
Federal aid to education 
Federal aid to higher 

education 
Pederal aid to medical 

education 
Federal aid to private 

schools 
State aid to private schools 
Naies of individual laws, 

e.g. Elementary and 

Secondary Education Act 



Education of handicapped children — 
r D.S.I — Law and legislation 

Education of the handicapped: 
program description and statistical 
summaries. Aug. 14, 1974. 99 p. 
Giordano-Evans, Angela. 
Hultilith 74-150 ED 



Educational law and legislation — [ D. S. ] 
A history of Federal vocational 
education legislation in the 
twentieth century. Feb. 21, 1974. 
41 p. Revised Hay 12, 1975. 66 p. 
Giordano-Evans, Angela. 
Hultilith 75-126 ED 
Revision of Hultilith 74-45 ED. 



S. 6--Education for All 
Handicapped Children Act, 
introduced by Senator Williams and 
23 others. Apr. 7, 1975. 8 p. 
Giordano-Evans, Angela. 



Education of handicapped children — 
r O.S.I — Legislative histories 

Education of the handicapped: 

legislative histories from the 83rd 

through the 93rd Congress. Jan. 

23, 1975. U6 p. Giordano-Evans, 

Angela. 



Edward sen v. Horton 

Edwardsen v. Horton and 
extinguishment of Indian claims 
under the Alaska Native Claims 
Settlement Act. June 11, 1975. 13 
p. Ehlke, Richard. 

Appears in O.s. Congress. 
Senate. Ccmmittee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs. Amendments 
to Alaska Native Claims 
Settlement Act. Hearings, 94th 
Cong., 1st sess. Part 2. 1975. 
p. 168-180. 



Education of handicapped children — 
TO.S. 1— Statistics 

Education of the handicapped: 
program description and statistical 
summaries. Aug. 14, 1974. 99 p. 
Giordano-Evans, Angela. 
Hultilith 74-150 ED 



Education cf socially handicapped 
children--ro.S. ] 

Headstart: program description 
and legislative history. Aug. 19, 
197tt. 43 p. Giordano-Evans, 
Angela. 

Hultilith 74-157 ED 



Election candidates — [U.S.] — State laws 
The gualif ication of linor and 
new political parties and 
independent candidates for a place 
on the general election ballot: a 
compilation of summaries of state 
laws and an introductory analysis 
of selected court decisions. Hay 
5, 1967. 107 p. Revised Har. 
1970. 120 p. Second revision Dec. 
3, 1974. 116 p. Tadlosky, 
Elizabeth. Thornton, Robert. 
Glass, Stuart. Durbin, Thomas, 
rev. Ripy, Thomas, rev. 

Hultilith 74-209 A [556/104R] 
Supersedes Hultiliths 70-196 A 
[489/104 ] and A 200. 



Program "Fellow Through": history 
and assessment. July 24, 1974. 42 
p. Revised Hay 15, 1975. 47 p. 
Giordano-Evans, Angela. 

Hultilith 75-114 ED 

Revision of Hultilith 74-105 ED. 



Election districts 

see Congressional districts 



Election finance 

see Campaign funds 



Selected Federal programs which 
provide services relating to child 
care for preschool children. Bar. 
12, 1975. 17 p. Education and 
Public Welfare Division. 
Hultilith 75-93 ED 



Election law 

see also Campaign funds 

Negro voting rights 

Nominations for office 

Primaries 

Voter registration 



Educational finance 
see College costs 

Federal aid to education 
Federal aid to higher education 



Election law--fU.S. ] 

Current standing of laws 
affecting electoral status of 
subversive organizations and 
persons. July 8, 1974. 12 p. 
Celada, Raymond. 






Election law— f O.S.I (Con*.) 

Federal-state election law 
survey: an analysis of state 
leaislaticn. Federal leqislation 
and -judicial decisions. Jan. 1, 
19^5. 396 p. Durbin, Thomas. 
Fieri, Patricia. Reimer, Rita. 

This final issue for 197U was 
prepared for the Office of 
Federal Elections of the General 
Accounting Office. 



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Electric power plant sites — [ 0. S. ] 

Readings on land use policy; a 
selection of recent articles and 
studies en land use policy issues 
and activities in the Onited 
States. June 1975. 6U2 p. 
Little, Charles. Fletcher, W. 
Wendell. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 9Uth Cong., 1st 
sess. 






Election law — fD.S. ] — Legal cases 
Federal-state election law 
survey: an analysis of state 
legislation. Federal legislation 
and -judicial decisions. Jan. 1, 
1975. 396 p. Durbin, Thomas. 
Fiori, Patricia. Feimer, Rita. 
This final issue for 197U was 
prepared for the Office of 
Federal Elections of the General 
Accounting Office. 



Election law — [ O.S. ]— State laws 
Federal-state election law 
survey: an analysis of state 
legislation. Federal legislation 
and -judicial decisions. Jan. 1, 
1975. 396 p. Durbin, Thomas. 
Fiori, Patricia. Feimer, Rita. 
This final issue for 197a was 
prepared for the Office of 
Federal Elections of the General 
Accounting Office. 



Elections 

see Campaign funds 

Election candidates 

Election law 

Negro voting rights 

nominations for office 

Parliamentary government 

Presidential elections 

Presidential primaries 

Primaries 

Voter registration 



Electric power plant sites — [ 0. S. ] — Law 
and legislation 

Energy facility siting. Bar. 10, 
1975. U9 p. Fletcher, W. Wendell. 
Hultilith 75-78 EP 
Appears also in a committee 
print. Senate Committee on 
Interior and Insular Affairs. 
Readings on land use policy; a 
selection of recent articles and 
studies on land use policy issues 
and activities in the Onited 
States. 1975. p. U07-U55. 

An excerpt appears in a 
committee print. Senate Committee 
on Commerce. Energy facility 
siting in coastal areas. 1975. 
p. 59-68. 



Electric power plant sites — [O.S. ] — 
State laws 

Energy facility siting. Bar. 10, 
1975. U9 p. Fletcher, w. Wendell. 
Hultilith 75-78 EP 
Appears also in a committee 
print. Senate Committee on 
Interior and Insular Affairs. 
Readings on land use policy; a 
selection of recent articles and 
studies on land use policy issues 
and activities in the Onited 
States. 1975. p. «07-455. 

An excerpt appears in a 
committee print, Serate Committee 
on Ccmmerce. Energy facility 
siting in coastal areas. 1975. 
p. 59-68. 



Electric newer — CO. S.I 

Capacity factors and load factors 

for tte electric utility industry. 

Bay 1, 1975. 3 p. Lancaster, 

Angela. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Government 
Operations. The otilities Act of 
1975. Hearings, 9<*th Cong., 1st 
sess. 1975. p. 578-580. 



Electric utilities— [ O.S. ] 

Capacity factors and load factors 

for the electric utility industry. 

Hay 1, 1975. 3 p. Lancaster, 

Angela. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee en Government 
Operations. The Otilities Act of 
1975. Hearings, 9Uth Cong., 1st 
sess. 1975. p. 578-580. 



Reserve margins for the electric 
itilitv industry. June 2, 1975. 2 
3. Lancaster, Angela. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Ccmmittee on Goverrment 
Operations. The Otilities Act of 
1975. Hearings, 9"th Cong., 1st 
sess. 1975. p. 581-582. 



Electric pewer— r O.S. 1— Statistics 

Prolections cf electricity demand 
and the capital reguirements of the 
electric utility industry. June 
12, 1975. 15 p. Lancaster, Angela. 



A comparison cf privately-owned 
and publicly-owned electric 
utilities in the Onited States. 
Bay 19, 1975. 11 p. Lancaster, 
Angela. 



Reserve margins for the electric 
utility industry. June 2, 1975. 2 
p. Lancaster, Angela. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Government 
Ocerations. The Otilities Act of 
1975. Hearinos, 9«th Cong., 1st 
sess. 1975. p. 581-5e2. 



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Electric utilities— [ 0. S. 1— Finar.ee 

Prolecticns of electricity demand 
and the capital requirements cf the 
electric utility industry. June 
12. 1975. 15 p. Lancaster, Angela. 



Electric vehicles— r 0. S. 1 

The electric vehicle — an 
alternative to the gasoline-powered 
car. Mar. 12, 1975. 22 p. Ayton, 
Nauree. 

nultilith 75-75 SP 



Emergency Daylight Saving Time Energy 
Conservation Act 

Daylight saving time— background 
and legislative analysis. Aug. 12, 
197U. 70 p. Revised Dec. 31, 
197a. 71 p. Ayton, Hauree. 
Multilith 7U-20T SP 
Revision of Multilith 7a-ia8 SP. 



Emergency employment 

see Public service employment 



Electronic data processing — f D.S.I — 
Biblioaraphy 

Computer support for state 
legislatures. Revised Jan. 15, 
1975. 12 p. Chartrand, Robert. 

Revision issued as nultilith 7U- 
20U SP. 



Electronic surveillance 
see also Wiretapping 



Emergency medical services— [ 0. S. ] — Law 
and legislation 

Federal health policies in rural 
areas. f Nov. 22, 197U] 17U p. 
Schmidt, Herman. 

Issued with title. Health 
services to rural areas in the 
Onited States, as an appendix to 
hearings, O.S. Congress. House. 

Committee on Agriculture. 
Subcommittee on Family Farms and 
Rural Development. Federal 
health policies in rural areas. 
Hearings, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 
Pt. 2. 197U. 17U p. 



Electronic surveillance — [D.S.I — Law and 
legislation 

Wiretapping and electronic 
surveillance: Federal and state 
statutes. June 18, 1970. 219 p. 
Revised Apr. 1971. 250 p. Second 
revision July 25, 197a. 366 p. 
Doyle, Charles. Mas, Christopher, 
rev. Smith, Elizabeth, rev. 

nultilith 7U-1U0 A T5U7-5U1 
Supersedes Hultiliths 71-126 A 
fue7/5U R1 and 70-161 f US7/5U 1 



Emergency powers 

see Presidential powers 

war and emergency powers 



Emergency relief 

see Disaster relief 



Electronic surveillance — [O.s. 1 — State 
laws 

Wiretapping and electronic 
surveillance: Federal and state 
statutes. June ie, 1970. 219 p. 
Revised Apr. 1971. 250 p. Second 
revision July 25, 197a. 366 p. 
Doyle, Charles. Was, Christopher, 
rev. Smith, Elizabeth, rev. 

Multilith 7U-1U0 A f 5U7-5U 1 
Supersedes Multiliths 71-126 A 
f«e7/5U PI and 70-161 [U87/5U1 



Electronics in aeronautic* 
see Avionics 



Emigration — [ Romania ] 

Emigration from Roumania. June 
25, 1975. 3 p. LaPorta, Carlo. 
Appears in the Ccrgressional 
record [daily ed. ] v. 121, July 
25, 1975: S13733-S13735. 



Employee benefit plans — [O.S.] 

Integration of private pension 
plans with social security. [Dec, 
197U] 26 p. Schmitt, Raymond. 
Appears in a joint committee 
print. Joint Economic Committee, 
Subcommittee on Fiscal Policy. 
Issues ir financing retirement 
income. 197a. p. 173-198. 



Elementary and Secondary Education Act 
Appropriations, FT 197a-FT 1976, 
plus budget requests, FT 1976-FT 
1977, for proqrams authorized under 
the Elementary and Secondary 
Education Act of 1965, P.L. 89-10, 
as amended. Mar. 7, 1975. 2 p. 
Riddle, Wayne. 



Legislative history — House of 
Representatives floor consideration 
of H.P. f9. the Elementary and 
Secondary Education Amendments of 
197a. July 8, 197U. 51 p. 
Piddle, Wayne. 

nultilith 7U-135 ED 



Embargo--[ Arab countriesl 

The petrodollar problem. June 
26, 1975. 26 p. Wertman, Patricia. 



Employee ownership — [ 0. S. ] 

Worker participation and 
ownership in American business. 
Nov. 1, 197a. 51 p. Henle, Peter. 
nultilith 7tt-192 E 



Employee Retirement Income Security Act 
Private pension plan reform: a 
summary of the Employee Retirement 
Income Security Act of 197a (Public 
Law 93-a06) . Sept. 19, 1S7a. 23 
p. Henle, Peter. Schmitt, Raymond. 
Multilith 7U-183 ED 



Employees' representation in management 
see also Collective bargaining 
Employee ownership 



101 



Employees' representation in management— 

ro.s. 1 

Worker participation and 
ownership in American business. 
Nov. 1, 197U. 51 p. Henle, Peter. 
Bultilith 7U-192 E 



Employment 
see also 



Employment of the physically 

handicapped 
Full employment policies 
Hanpcwer trainina programs 
Onemplcvment 
Veterans' employment 



Emplovment~[ O.S. 1 

The status cf environmental 
eccnciics. June 1575. 203 p. 
Einiek, Joseph. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Public Berks, 
9Uth Conq. , 1st sess. 



Summary of testimony presented by 
panelists en the subject of the 
energy crisis and proposed 
solutions on Barch 3, 0, 5, 6, 7, 
10, 11, 12, 13, and 1«, 1575. 
[Bar. 1975] 51 p. Congressional 
Research Service. 

Issued as a committee print, 

House Committee on Says and 

Means, 9ttth Cong., 1st sess. 
Prepared by the staff with the 

assistance of CRS. 



Summary of the energy 
conservation and demand management 
options presented in the Project 
Independence Report (blueprint) . 
[Nov. 2«, 197U] u p. Anderson, 
Pobert. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 

House. Committee en Interior and 

Insular Affairs. Subcommittee on 

the Environment. Project 

Independence blueprint. 

Hearings, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 

1975. p. 166-169. 



Employment discrimination 

see Discrimination in employment 



Employment of the physically handicapped- 
-ro.S.1 — Law and legislation 

Pehabilitaticn and employment for 
the handicapped — legislation in the 
93rd Ccnaress. Bar. 2«, 1575. 23 
p. Klebe, Edward. 

Hultilith 75-9U ED 



Enerav 

see Electric power 

Bines and mineral resource; 
Natural gas 
Peticleum 
Power resources 



Energy conservation 

see also Enerqv policy 

Petroleum conservation 



Energy conservation — [U.S.] 

Eackaround readings on energy 
policy. Bar. 1, 1975. «e3 p. 
Anderson, Pobert. Chatham, George. 

Gravelle, Jane. Gulick, Frances. 
Gushee, David. Lindahl, David. 
Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Ways and 
Beans, 90th Cong., 1st sess. 

CPS assisted the staff in the 
compilation. 



Seme approaches for Congress to 
energy conservation. July 26, 
197a. 20 p. Donnelly, warren. 
An excerpt appears in a 

committee print. Senate Committee 

on Interior and Insular Affairs. 

Peadings en energy conservation. 

1975. p. 5U7-553. 



Supplemental bibliography on 
energy tax policy. Feb. 26, 1975. 
5 p. Gravelle, Jane. 

Appears in a committee print. 
House Committee on Kays and 
Beans. Background readings on 
energy policy. 1975. p. U1«-U18. 



Energy conservation — [O.S. ] — Eibliography 
Peadings on energy conservation. 
[Jan. 6, 1975] 570 p. Anderson, 
Robert. Beard, Daniel. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 9Uth Cong., 1st 
sess. 



Energy conservation — [O.S.] — Law and 
legislation 

Energy conservation legislation 
in the 93rd Congress: a summary. 
July 22, 1974. 95 p. Donnelly, 
Warren. 

Bultilith 7H-139 FP 
Appears also in a committee 
print. Senate Committee on 
Interior and Insular Affairs. 
Readings on energy conservation. 
1975. p. 367-U65. 



Energy consumption 

The development and allocation of 
scarce world resources: selected 
excerpts and references relating to 
the national debate topics for high 
schools 1975-1976. Bay 1975. 399 
p. Borgan, Anne. Baker, Janice. 
Donnelly, Warren. Sherman, Harvey. 
Hughes, Steve. 

Issued as Senate document no. 
9tt-U5, 9Uth Cong., 1st sess. 



Energy industries — [ Gt. Brit.] 

A study of the relationships 
between the government and the 
petroleum industry in selected 
foreign countries: Onited Kingdom. 
[Dec. 197«] 95 p. Lampson, Edward, 
Issued as a committee print, 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 9i»th Cong., 1st 
sess. 



102 



Energy industries — r Netherlands ] 

A study of the relationships 
between the government and the 
petroleum industry in selected 
foreiqn countries: the Netherlands. 

[Har. 10, 1975 1 33 p. Lampson, 
Edward. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
insular Affairs, 90th Cong., 1st 
sess. 



Congress and the Nation's 
environment; environmental and 
natural resources affairs of the 
93d Congress. Apr. 1975. 9U0 p. 
Environmental Policy Division. 
Library Services Division. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 9ttth Cong., 1st 
sess. 

Bibliographies of congressional 
documents were compiled by the 
Library Services Division. 



Energy industries — f 0.S.1 

Materials shcrtaqes: workshop on 
resource management. Feb. 1975. 
76 p. Donnelly, Barren. Gulick, 
Frances. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations, 94th Conq. , 1st sess. 

CDS funded the workshop with 
Barren Donnelly as pro-Ject 
officer and Frances Gulick as his 
associate and an important 
contributor. 



Enerqy industries — [ 0. s. 1 — Taxation 

Summary of testimony presented by 
panelists on the sublect of the 
enerqy crisis and proposed 
solutions on Harch 3, a, 5, 6, 7, 
10, 11, 12, 13, and 10, 1975. 
[Har. 19751 51 p. Conqressicnal 
Research Service. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Ways and 
Heans, 90th Cong., 1st sess. 

Prepared by the staff with the 
assistance of CRS. 



Energy industries — [West Germany] 

A study of the relationships 
between the government and the 
petroleum industry in selected 
foreign countries: the Federal 
Republic of Germany, [Hay 7, 1975] 
99 p. Lampson, Edward. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 90th Cong., 1st 
sess. 



Energy law and legislation — fO.S.] 

A brief summary of the Energy 
Reorganization Act of 1970 (P.L. 93- 
038J . Oct. 20, 1970. 00, 3 p. 
Revised Bar. 15, 1975. 39 p. 
Abtasi, Susan. 

nultilith 75-100 EP 

Revision of llultilith 70-187 EP. 



A compilation of Federal laws 
relating to conservation and 
development of our Nation's fish 
and wildlife resources, 
environmental guality, and 
oceanography. Jan. 1975. 800 p. 
Williams, Grover. 

Issued as a committee print. 

House Committee or. flerchant 

Harlne and Fisheries, 90th Cong, 

1st sess. 



Energy-related legislation 
highlights of the 93d Congress. 
[Jan. 21, 1975] 1 p. Gulick, 
Prances. 

Appears in the Congressional 

record [daily ed.] v. 121, Feb. 

19, 1975: S2202. 



Highlights of energy-related 
legislation in the 93d Congress. 
[Jan. 25, 1975] 30 p. Gulick, 
Frances. 

Appears in a committee print, 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs. Highlights of 
energy related legislation in the 
93d Congress. 1975. p. 1-29. 



Legislative history of Senate 
Resolution 05. Dec. 31, 1970. 20 
p. Beard, Daniel. 



Some approaches for Congress to 
energy conservation. July 26, 
1970. 20 p. Donnelly, Warren. 
An excerpt appears in a 

committee print. Senate Committee 

on Interior and Insular Affairs. 

Readings on energy conservation. 

1975. p. 507-553. 



Energy policy — [Canada] 

Energy from U.S. and Canadian tar 
sands: technical, environmental, 
economic, legislative, and policy 
aspects. Dec. 1970. 90 p. 
Rothberg, Paul. Hian, Pauline. 
Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Science and 
Astronautics, Subcommittee on 
Energy, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



Energy policy — [France] 

A study of the relationships 
between the government and the 
petroleum industry in selected 
foreign countries: France. Feb. 
28, 1975. 17 p. Hian, Pauline. 
Issued as a committee print. 

Senate committee on Interior and 

Insular Affairs, 90th Cong., 1st 

sess. 



Energy policy — [Japan] 

A study of the relationships 
between the government and the 
petroleum industry in selected 
foreign countries: Japan. [Jan. 
22, 1975] 37 p. Niksch, Larry. 
Issued as a committee print. 

Senate Committee on Interior and 

Insular Affairs, 90th Cong. , 1st 

sess. 



103 



Energy policy — f Netherlands! 

A study of the relationships 
between the qovernment and the 
petroleum industry in selected 
foreian countries: the Netherlands. 

CHar. 10, 19751 33 p. Lampson, 
Edward. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 9Uth Conq., 1st 
sess. 



Enerqy policy — f 0.S.1 

Administration* s enerqy tax 

proposals and related measures. 

Jan. 23, 1975. u p. Kumins, 

Lawrence. 

Appears in House report no. 94- 
65, Committee on Interstate and 
Fcreiqn Commerce. Congressional 
review of Presidential decisions 
to remove existinq allocation and 
pricinq controls of petroleuir 
products. 1975. p. 23-26. 



Energy from o.s. and Canadian tar 
sands: technical, environmental, 
economic, legislative, and policy 
aspects. Dec. 1974. 90 p. 
Rothberg, Paul. Mian, Pauline. 
Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Science and 
Astronautics, Subcommittee on 
Energy, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



The energy industry: organization 
and public policy. [Oct.] 1974. 
106 p. Jones, Douglas. Amerkhail, 
Valerie. Beard, Daniel. Gravelle, 
Jane. Howard, Richard. Zafren, 
Daniel. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, Special 
Subcommittee on Integrated oil 
Operations, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 
Several tables appear in the 
Congressional record [daily ed. ] 
v. 120, Feb. 18, 1974: S1761. 



Analysis of S. 740, the "National 
Enerqy Production Board Act of 
1975". Bar. 12, 1975. 9 p. Eyas, 
Norma. 

Appears in a committee print. 
Office of Technology Assessment. 
An analysis of the feasibility of 
separatinq exploration from 
production of oil and gas on the 
outer continental shelf. 1975. 
p. 227-235. 



Background readinqs on energy 
policy. Bar. 1, 1975. 883 p. 
Anderson, Robert. Chatham, George. 

Gravelle, Jane. Gulick, Frances. 
Gushee, David. Lindahl, David. 
Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee en Ways and 
Means, 94th Conq., 1st sess. 

CPS assisted the staff in the 
compilation. 



A compilation of documents 
relatinq to water availability for 
enerqy production. [Nov. 1974] 
1133 p. Brcwn, Howard. 

Appears in a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs. Hater and 
enerqy self-sufficiency. 1974. 
p. 19-1151. 



Energy policy and resource 
management. July 1974. 100 p. 
Congressional Research Service. 
Griffin, Winifred. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Science and 
Astronautics, Subcommittee on 
Energy, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



Federal interagency coordination 
of nonnuclear energy research and 
development. June 6, 1975. 27 p. 
Bates, Dorothy. 

Appears in O.s. Congress. 
House. Committee on Science and 
Technology. Comprehensive plan 
for energy research, development 
and demonstration. Hearing, 94th 
Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 592- 
618. 



Federal organization for 
nonnuclear energy research and 
development actitivites of 
departments and agencies other than 
EPDA, FT 1976. May 30, 1975. 56 
p. Bates, Dorothy. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
House. Committee on Science and 
Technology. Comprehensive plan 
for energy research, development 
and demonstration. Hearing, 94th 
Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 619- 
674. 



Congressional interest in energy 
and the environment as reflected in 
the Ccnqressional Record Index, 
1945-1971. Nov. 1, 1974. 129 p. 
Father, Barbara. 
Multilith 






Enerqy facility 
1975. 49 p. Fie 
Multilith 75- 
Appears also 
print. Senate C 
Interior and In 
Readinqs on Ian 
selection of re 
studies on land 
and activities 
States. 1975. 

An excerpt ap 
committee print 
en Commerce. E 
sitinq in coast 
P. 59-68. 



sitinq. Mar. 10, 
tcher, W. Wendell. 
78 EP 

in a committee 
ommittee on 
sular Affairs, 
d use policy; a 
cent articles and 

use policy issues 
in the Onited 

p. 407-455. 
pears in a 
, Senate Committee 
nerqy facility 
al areas. 1975. 



Materials shortages: workshop on 
resource management. Feb. 1975. 
76 p. Donnelly, Warren. Gulick, 
Frances. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations, 94th Cong., 1st sess. 

CRS funded the workshop with 
Warren Donnelly as project 
officer and Frances Gulick as his 
associate and an important 
contributor. 



Overview of 1976 budget. Feb. 
13, 1975. 70 p. Teeters, Nancy. 
Multilith 75-44 E 



Readings on energy conservation. 
[Jan. 6, 1975] 570 p. Anderson, 
Robert. Beard, Daniel. 

Issued as a committee print. 

Senate Committee on Interior and 

Insular Affairs, 94th Cong., 1st 

sess. 



104 



Enerqv policy — [ 0.S.1 (Cont.) 

Summary of the correspondence 
between the Council on 
International Economic Policy 
(CIEP) and the Subcommittee on 
International Economic Policy cf 
the House International Relations 
Committee r concerning 0. s. 
international economic policy] and 
accompanying materials and 
statements. Hay 5, 1975. 7 p. 
Costa, John. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
House. Committee or. 
International Relations. 
Subcommittee on International 
Economic Pclicy. Authorization 
legislation for and the operation 
of the Council on International 
Economic Policy. Hearing, 90th 
Ccng. , 1st sess. 1975. p. 33-39. 



Summary of the energy 
conservation and demand management 
options presented in the Project 
Independence Report (blueprint) . 
("Nov. 20, 1970 1 p. Anderson, 
Robert. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 

House. Committee on Interior and 

Insular Affairs. Subcommittee on 

the Environment. Project 

Independence blueprint. 

Hearings, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 

1975. p. 166-169. 



Energy policy — [West Geriany ] 

A study of the relationships 
between the government and the 
petroleum industry in selected 
foreign countries: the Federal 
Republic of Germany. [Hay 7, 1975] 
99 p. Lampson, Edward. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 90th Cong., 1st 
sess. 



Energy prices 

see also Petroleum prices 



Energy prices — [O.S.] 

Administration's energy tax 

proposals and related measures. 

Jan. 23, 1975. p. Kumins, 

Lawrence. 

Appears in House report no. 90- 
65, Committee on Interstate and 
Foreign Commerce. Congressional 
review of Presidential decisions 
to remove existing allocation and 
pricing controls of petroleum 
products. 1975. p. 23-26. 



An analysis of cost factors of 
197a coal prices. June 15, 1975. 
18 p. Anderson, Robert. 
Hultilith 75-160 EP 



O.S. energy policy: the minimum 
import price of oil. Hay 16, 1975. 
7 p. Riefman, Alfred. 
Hultilith 75-129 S 



Energy pclicy--f 0. S. 1 — Addresses, 
statements, etc. 

Summary of testimony presented by 
parelists on the sublect of the 
energy crisis and proposed 
solutions on Harch 3, 0, 5, 6, 7, 
10, 11, 12, 13, and 10, 1975. 
[Har. 19751 51 p. Congressional 
Research Service. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Ways and 
Means, 90th Cong., 1st sess. 

Prepared by the staff with the 
assistance of CRS. 



Enerqv policy--[ 0. S. l--Eibliography 
Energy policy and resource 
management. July 1970. 100 p. 
Congressional Research Service. 
Griffin, Winifred. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Science and 
Astronautics, Subcommittee on 
Energy, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



The cost to consumers if strip 
mining legislation is enacted. 
[Apr. 22, 1975] 1 p. Canaday, 
Henry. 

Appears in the Congressional 

record [daily ed. ] v. 121, Apr. 

28, 1975: H3392. 



The economic impact of an 
additional $1 crude oil import 
surcharge and old oil decontrol. 
[Hay 29, 1975] 2 p. Kumins, 
Lawrence. 

Appears in the Congressional 

record [daily ed. ] v. 121, June 

3, 1975: E2813-E2810. 
Also in O.S. Congress. 

Senate. Committee on Commerce. 

Subccmmittee for Consumers. 

Impact on the consumer of the 

administration's energy 

proposals. Hearing, 90th Cong., 

1st sess. 1975. p. 101-103. 



Hacro-economic cost of the $1.00 
bbl. import duty on petroleum. 
[Har. 7, 1975] 2 p. Kumins, 
Lawrence. 

Appears in the Congressional 

record [daily ed . ] v. 121, Har. 

26, 1975: S5135-S5136. 



Supplemental bibliography en 
energy tax policy. Feb. 26, 1S75. 
5 p. Gravelle, Jane. 

Appears in a committee print. 
House Committee on Ways and 
Heans. Background readings on 
enerqv policy. 1975. p. 010-01! 



Enerov pclicy--[ O.S. ] — Leqislative 
histories 

Leqislative history of Senate 

Resolution 05. Dec. 31, 1970. 20 

p. Beard, Daniel. 



Summary of testimony presented by 
panelists on the subject of the 
energy crisis and proposed 
solutions on Harch 3, 0, 5, 6, 7, 
10, 11, 12, 13, and 10, 1975. 
[Har. 1975] 51 p. Congressional 
Research Service. 

Issued as a committee print. 

House committee on Ways and 

Heans, 90th Corg., 1st sess. 
Prepared by the staff with the 

assistance of CRS. 



105 









Energy Reorganization Act 

A brief summary of the Energy 
Reorganization Act of 1974 (P.L. 93- 
U38) . Oct. 24, 1974. 40, 3 p. 
Revised Har. 15. 1975. 39 p. 
Abbasi, Susan. 

Multilith 75-10U EP 

Revision of Hultilith 70-187 EP. 



Federal interaqency coordination 
of ncnnuclear eneray research and 
development. June 6, 1975. 27 p. 
Bates, Dorothy. 

Appears in 0. S. Congress. 
House. Committee on Science and 
Technologv. comprehensive plan 
for energy research, development 
and demonstration. Hearing, 94th 
Conq. , 1st sess. 1975. p. 592- 
618. 



Formulation of a national plan 
and proqram for energy research and 
development: legislative history of 
EFDA's responsibilities under P.L. 
93-577. June 6. 1975. U5 p. 
Bates, Dorothy. 

Appears in U.S. Conqress. 
House. Committee on Science and 
Technology. Comprehensive plan 
for enerov research, development 
and demonstration. Hearing, 9Uth 
Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 547- 
591. 



Energy research — r C.S.I 

Federal organization for 
nonnuclear energy research and 
development actitivites of 
departments and agencies other than 
EPDA, FY 1976. Hay 30, 1975. 56 
p. Bates, Dorothy. 

Appears in U.S. Congress. 
House. Committee on Science and 
Technology. Comprehensive plan 
for energy research, development 
and demonstration. Hearing, 94th 
Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. €19- 
674. 



Legislative history of Senate 
Resolution 45. Dec. 31, 197a. 20 

p. Beard, Daniel. 



Enerqy research — r O.S.I — Finance 

Er.erqy research and development 

in the ERDA budqet request: an 

assessment. Feb. 19, 1975. 68 p. 

Hack, David. Riva, Joseph. 

Griffin, Winifred. Rothberq, Paul. 
Hoore, J. Glen. Justus, John. 
Appears in D.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs. 
Subcommittee on Energy Research 
and Water Resources. Nonnuclear 
energy research and development 
fiscal year 1976 authorization. 
Hearings, 94th Cong. , 1st sess. 
1975. p. 27-94. 



Energy research — [O.S.]--Law and 
legislation 

Federal interagency coordination 
of nonnuclear energy research and 
development. June 6, 1975. 27 p. 
Bates, Dorothy. 

Appears in U.S. Conqress. 
House. Committee on Science and 
Technology. Comprehensive plan 
for energy research, development 
and demonstration. Hearing, 9Uth 
Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 592- 
618. 



Energy research — [D.S. ] — Legislative 
histories 

Formulation of a national plan 
and program for energy research and 
development: legislative history of 
ERDA's responsibilities under P.L. 
93-577. June 6, 1975. U5 p. 
Bates, Dorothy. 

Appears in D.S. Congress. 
House. Committee en Science and 
Technology. Comprehensive plan 
for energy research, development 
and demonstration. Hearing, 94th 
Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 547- 
591. 



Energy resources 

see Electric power 

nines and mineral resources 
Natural gas 
Petroleum 
Power resources 



Er.erqy Supply Act 
Oil and gas 
continental s 
analysis of S 
Supply Act of 
"Outer Contin 
Amendments of 
1975. 02 p. 
Dyas, Norma. 
Hultilith 
Appears a 
print, Offi 
Assessment, 
feasibility 
exploration 
oil and gas 
continental 
226. 



from the outer 
helf: comparison and 
. 521, the "Energy 

1975" and S. 426, the 
ental Shelf Lands Act 

1975". Har. 27, 

Rothberg, Paul. 

75-90 SP 
lso in a committee 
ce of Technology 
An analysis of the 

of separating 

from production of 

on the outer 

shelf. 1975. p. 182- 



Environment and state 

see Environmental policy 



Environmental assessment — [O.S.] 
A compilation of documents 
relating to water availability for 
energy production. (Nov. 197tt] 
1133 p. Brown, Howard. 

Appears in a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs. Water and 
energy self-sufficiency. 1974. 
p. 19-1151. 



106 



Environmental assessment — fO.S.l (Cont.) 
• Enerov facility siting. Bar. 10, 
1975. 19 p. Fletcher, W. Wendell. 
Bultilith 75-78 EP 
Appears also in a committee 
print. Senate Committee on 
Interior and Insular Affairs. 
Feadinqs on land use policy; a 
selection of recent articles and 
studies on land use policy issues 
and activities in the United 
States. 1975. p. 407-455. 

An excerpt appears in a 
committee print. Senate Committee 
en Commerce. Enerqy facility 
sitinq in coastal areas. 1975. 
p. 59-68. 



A summary of Clean Air Act 
oversiqht hearing held by the 
Senate Public Works Committee, 
Subcommittee on Environmental 
Pollution, Barch 19, 20, April 20- 
2a, 29-30, Bay 1, 13, 15, 20-21, 
1975. June 13, 1975. 131 p. 
Trumbule, Robert. Biniek, Joseph. 
Blodgett, John. Grimes, Haria. 
Busgrove, Connie. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 

Senate. Committee en Public 

Works. Subcommittee on 

Environmental Pollution. 

Implementation of the Clean Air 

Act--1975. Hearings, 94th Cong., 

1st sess. 1975. p. 1-130. 



Envircrmental protection affairs 
of the Hinety-third Congress. Feb. 
1975. 330 p. Environmental Folicy 
Division. Library Services 
Division. 

Issued as a committee print. 

Senate Committee on Public Works, 

94th Conq. , 1st sess. 

Biblioqraphies of congressional 

documents were compiled by the 

Library Services Division. 



Environmental law and legislation — [O.S.] 
Administration of NEPA at the 
state and local levels as proposed 
in section 1 Ott of the Housing and 
Drban Development Act of 197U (R.R. 
15361) . July 3, 197U. 3 p. 
Curlin, James. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. ] v. 120, Aug. 
13, 197U; S1U885-S1U888. 



The status of environmental 
economics. June 1975. 203 p. 
Biniek, Joseph. 

Issued as a committee print. 

Senate Committee on Public Works, 

9Uth Conq., 1st sess. 



Whether the Nuclear Regulatory 
Commission should be reguired to 
file an environmental impact 
statement concern irq its licensing 
of the importation of plutonium. 
Mar. 25, 1975. 4 p. Rubin, Janice. 
Appears in a committee print. 

Senate Committee on Government 

Operations. Peaceful nuclear 

exports and weapons 

proliferation. 1975. p. 419-422. 



Environmental control 

see Environmental policy 



A compilation of Federal laws 
relating to conservation and 
development of our Nation's fish 
and wildlife resources, 
environmental quality, and 
oceanography. Jan. 1975. 844 p. 
Williams, Grover. 

Issued as a committee print. 

House Committee on Merchant 

Barine and Fisheries, 9Uth Cong. ( 

1st sess. 



Congress and the Nation's 
environment; environmental and 
natural resources affairs of the 
93d Congress. Apr. 1975. 940 p. 
Environmental Policy Division. 
Library Services Division. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 94th Cong., 1st 
sess. 

Bibliographies of congressional 
documents were compiled by the 
Library Services Division. 



Environmental health 

see also Air pollution 



Environmental health — r 0.S.1 

Environmental health effects of 
lead: an analysis of the issues and 
conqressicnal actions. Dec. 18, 
1973. 45 p. Revised Mar. 15, 
1975. 49 p. BcCullouqh, James. 
Bultilith 75-95 SP 
Revision of Bultilith 74-3 SP. 



Fesearch and development relatinq 
to sulfates in the atmosphere. 
June 1975. 241 p. Trumbule, 
Pobert. Biniek, Joseph. Blodqett, 
John. Grimes, Baria. Busgrove, 
Connie. 

Issued as a committee print, 
Hcuse Committee on Science and 
Technoloqv, Subcommittee on the 
Environment and the Atmosphere, 
9Uth Conq. , 1st sess. 



Environmental pollution: 
legislation and programs of the 
Environmental Protection Agency. 
Bar. 26, 1971. 63 p. Revised Bar. 
20, 1974. 80 p. Second revision 
Apr. 17, 1975. 93 p. Blodqett, 
John. 

flultilith 75-9 EF 

Revision of flultiliths 7U-66 EP 
and 71-99 EP. 



Environmental protection affairs 
of the Ninety-third Conqress. Feb. 
1975. 330 p. Environmental Policy 
Division. Library Services 
Division. 

Issued as a committee print. 

Senate Committee on Public Works, 

94th Cong., 1st sess. 

Bibliographies of congressional 

documents were compiled by the 

Library Services Division. 



107 



Environmental law and (Cont.) 

Selected bills recently passed by 
the Ccnqress on environmental 
quality and natural resources 
aaraqement. Feb. 1, 1973. 7 p. 
Revised Feb. 12, 1975. 13 p. 
Huohes, Steve. 

nultilith 75-56 FP 

Revision of nultilith 73-00 EP. 



Environmental policy 

see also Coastal zone manaaement 
Conservation of natural 

resources 
Environmental assessment 
Environmental law and 

leqislation 
Environmental protection 
International environmental 

cooperation 
Pecyclinq of waste products 



Environmental policy — r O.S.I 

Conqressicnal interest in enerqy 
and the environment as reflected in 
the Conqressicnal Pecord Index, 
1905-1971. Nov. 1, 1970. 129 p. 
Father, Barbara, 
nultilith 



rual time rule 
see Fairness doctrine 



Equality before the law — [O.S.] 

Constitutionality of a statutory 
provision banninq the use of any 
Federal funds for abortions. ( Apr. 
2, 1975] o p. Fosenberg, Morton. 
Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. ] v. 121, Apr. 
10, 1975: S5">25-S5728. 



Espionage — [U.S.] — Legal cases 

Cases relating to subversive 
activities appealed to the Supreme 
Court of the United States. Apr. 
1, 1968. 135 p. Sept. 12, 1970. 
118, 6 p. Celada, Raymond. Dale, 
Charles. 

nultilith 70-165 A [508/272] 
Revision of nultilith A 233 
[033/272] 



Europe 

Western approach to the 
Conference on Security and 
Cooperation in Europe. Sept. 1, 
1970. 08 p. Hian, Pauline, 
nultilith 70-175 F 



Environmental protection 
see also Conservation of 
resources 



Environmental protection — [U.S. 1 
Environmental pollution: 
leqislation and proorams of the 
Environmental Protection Aqency. 
Har. 26, 1971. 63 p. Revised Har. 
20, 1S70. 80 o. Second revision 
Apr. 17, 1975. 93 p. Blodqett, 
John. 

nultilith 75-9 EP 
Revision of Hultiliths 70-66 EP 
and 71-99 EP. 



Environmental protection affairs 
of the Ninety-third Conqress. Feb. 
1975. 330 p. Environmental Policy 
Division. Library Services 
Division. 

Issued as a committee print. 

Senate Committee on Public Borks, 

90th Conq. , 1st sess. 

Biblioqraphies of conqressional 

documents were compiled by the 

Library Services Division. 



European cooperation — Conferences 
Conference on Security and 
Cooperation in Europe: the Soviet 
approach. Apr. 3, 1975. 63 p. 
Hiko, Francis. 

Multilith 75-91 F 



Evaluation research (Social action 
programs) — [ U.S. ] 

Program evaluation: emerging 
issues of possible legislative 
concern relating to the conduct and 
use of evaluation in the Congress 
and the executive branch. Nov. 16, 
1970. 79 p. Knezo, Genevieve, 
nultilith 75-35 



Evaluation research (Social action 
programs) — [O.S. ]--Bibliography 

Evaluation of public welfare 
programs: selected references, 1970- 
1970. Apr. 8, 1975. 15 p. 
Davenport, Nancy. 

nultilith 75-101 L 



Equal Employment Opportunity Act — 
Leqislative histories 

The Equal Employment Opportunity 
Act of 1972: leqislative history. 
July 3, 1972. 95 p. Revised Pay 
21, 1975. 100 p. Downinq, Paul. 
nultilith 75-130 GGR 
Revision of nultilith 72-162 
GGR. 



Equal Piqhts Amendment (Proposed) -- 
Addresses, statements, etc. 

Equal Riqhts Amendment: selected 
floor debate and votes. Dec. 21, 
1970. «3 p. Holcomb, norrigene. 
nultilith 70-230 GGR 



Evaluation research and its 
application to health programs: 
selected references, 1970-1970. 
Feb. 20, 1975. 15 p. Davenport, 
Nancy. 

nultilith 75-59 L 



Evaluation research in public 
administration: selected 
references, 1967-1970. Oct. 21, 
1970. 9 p. Davenport, Nancy, 
nultilith 70-186 L 



Evaluation research in social 
policy: selected references, 1970 
to 1970. Oct. 31, 1970. 8 p. 
Davenoort, Nancy. 

nultilith 70-193 L 



72-526 O - 76 



108 



Evaluation research (Social (Cont.) 

Evaluations of manpower training 
programs: selected references, 1970- 
1S7U. Oct. 25. 1974. 8 p. 
Davenport, Nancv. 

Bultilith 74-198 L 



Executive departments 

see also Executive reorganization 
Independent regulatory 

commissions 
Presidential aides 
Names of specific departments 



Excess profits tax — f 0.S.1 

Summary of testimony presented by 
panelists en the subiect of the 
energy crisis and proposed 
solutions on Barch 3, «, 5, 6, 7, 
10, 11, 12, 13, and 10, 1975. 
r«ar. 19751 51 p. Congressional 
Research Service. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Hays and 
Beans, 9uth Cong., 1st sess. 

Prepared by the staff with the 
assistance of CBS. 



Executive departments — [O.S.] 

conflict of interest provisions 
applicable to Department of Justice 
personnel. Sept. 5, 1974. 62 p. 
Baskell, Jack. 



Department of Defense 
organization: selected references 
1944-1974. Aug. 15, 1974. 32 p. 
Gregory, Nathaniel. 

Bultilith 74-156 F 



Excise tax — fO.S.1--Lav and legislation 
Proposed tax reform: summaries of 
items included in the tentative 
decisions of the Committee on Ways 
and Means, Hcuse of 
Representatives, S3rd Congress. 
Nov. a, 1974. 95 p. Drake, Susan. 
Gravelle, Jane. Kohnen, Harold. 
Barley, Ann. 



Summary cf principal provisions 
of the Internal Revenue Cede 
affecting energy resources, 
production and consumption (oil, 
gas, and coal). Nov. 9, 1973. 9 
p. Revised June 6, 1975. 14 p. 
Leibc*iitz, George. Tannenwald, 
Robert, rev. 

Bultilith 75-150 E 



Federal organization for 
nonnuclear energy research and 
development actitivites of 
departments and agencies other than 
ERDA, FY 1976. Bay 30, 1975. 56 
p. Bates, Dorothy. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
House. Committee en Science and 
Technology. Comprehensive plan 
for energy research, development 
and demonstration. Hearing, 94th 
Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 619- 
674. 



long-term Federal agency 
planning. July 19, 1974. 107 
BcGrath, James. 



The status and functions of CB! 
a brief overview. Dec. 3, 1974. 
13 p. Relyea, Harold. 



Exclusive and concurrent legislative 
powers — f O.S. 1 

Background report on Public Law 
280. fBar. 18, 15751 49 p. 
Ackerman, David. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 94th Cong., 1st 
sess. 



Executive advisory tcdies 

see Federal advisory bodies 



Executive departments — [O.S.] — 
Bibliography 

Working tools for congressional 
offices: an annotated selection of 
publications and services useful to 
Bembers of Congress and their 
staffs. Revised Dec. 1974. 26 p. 
Barry, Rozanne, rev. Goodrum, 
Charles. 

Revision issued as Bultilith 74- 
221 CR. 



Executive aareements 

Executive agreements: a survey of 
legal and pclitical controversies 
concerning their use in United 
States practice. Feb. 13, 1975. 
79 p. Sale, David. 

Bultilith 75-45 A f 563/281] 



Executive departments — fD.S. ] — 
Directories 

Congressional liaison offices of 
the executive departments and 
selected independent agencies. 
June 26, 1973. 9 p. Revised Bay 
9, 1975. 27 p. Barry, Rozanne. 
Blakely, James, rev. 

Bultilith 74-222 CP 

Revision of Bultilith 73-122 CR. 



Executive agreements: a survey of 
recent congressional interest and 
action. Sept. 10, 1974. 33 p. 
Browne, Barlorie. 

Bultilith 74-162 F 



Executive-Congressicnal relations 

see Congressional-executive relations 



109 






Executive departments- -[ O.S. 1 — Law and 
leoislaticr 

Ar analysis of the results of the 
Eusiress Roundtable poll en the 
Cor.smer Advocacy Aqency. Bay 6, 
1°75. i* p. Helnick, Daniel. 

Appears in the Conqressional 
record f daily ed. 1 v. 121, June 
6. 1975: S1008-S1011. 

Appears also in D.S. Conqress. 
House. Committee on Government 
Operations. Leqislation and 
National Security Subcommittee. 
Establishina an aqency for 
consumer protection. Hearinqs, 
9Uth Ccnq., 1st sess. 1975. p. 
255-261 . 



Compiled statutes — Committee on 
Government Operations; being a 
compilation of acts of Congress 
reported from or connected with the 
Committee on Government Operations. 

3d ed. Dec. 197«. 685 p. 
Williams, Grover. Lyons, Thomas. 
Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Government 
Operations, 93d Conq., 2d sess. 

Grcver Williams and Thomas 
Lyons aided the staff in the 
compilation. 



The Impoundment Control Act of 
197" (P.L. 93-3UU). Jan. 31, 1975. 
5u p. Schick, Allen. 
Hultilith 75-27 S 



Executive nominations 

see Presidential appointments 



Executive privilege (Government 
information) 

Executive privilege: withholding 
information from the Congress — 
selected issues and iudicial 
decisions. Apr. 3, 1975. U8 p. 
Ramsey, Hary. 

Hultilith 75-127 A [567/58] 



Executive privilege (Government 
information) — Law and leqislation 

The proposed Congressional Right 
to Information Act and executive 
privilege: a constitutional 
analysis. Sept. 30, 1974. 2" p. 
Ehlke, Richard. 

Hultilith 7U-17U A [551/58] 



Inspection practices of 
requlatory aqencies and 
administrative departments. June 
3, 1975. 56 p. Kaiser, Frederick. 
HcGrath, James. 



Statutes which are within the 
leqislative lurisdiction of the 
Committee on Labor and Public 
Welfare, united States Senate. 
TApr. 18, 19751 183 p. Williams, 
Grover. DeGostin, Robert. 

Appears in Senate report no. 9U- 
8*7, Committee on Labor and Public 
Welfare. Leoislative review 
activity. 1975. p. 189-371. 



Executive impoundment cf appropriated 

funds 

An analysis of rescissions and 
deferrals proposed on Jan. 30, 
1975. Feb. 7, 1975. 16 p. 
Schick, Allen. Laurencell, Suzanne. 



Supreme Court decisions on 
impoundment of Water Pollution 
Control Act funds. Feb. 26, 1975. 
25 p. Glass, Stuart. 

Hultilith 75-6U A T56U/113 A] 



Executive privilege (Government 
information) — Pro and con 

Resolved: that the powers of the 
presidency should be curtailed; a 
collection of excerpts and 
bibliography relating to the 
intercollegiate debate topic, 197H- 
75. [Nov. 197«] 328 p. Relyea, 
Harold. Fisher, Louis. Gorman, 
Joseph. Horgan, Anne. 

Issued as House document no. 93- 
273, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



Executive reorganization — [O.S. ] 

A brief summary of the Energy 
Reorganization Act of 197tt (P.L. 93- 
U38) . Oct. 2U, 197U. UO, 3 p. 
Revised Har. 15, 1975. 39 p. 
Abbasi, Susan. 

Hultilith 75-1 0U EP 

Revision of Hultilith 7U-187 EP. 



Public participation and 
technology assessment: a survey of 
the legislative history of the 
Office of Technoloqy Assessment. 
Sept. 18, 197U. 30, 12 p. Chalk, 
Rosemary. 

Hultilith 7U-166 SP 



Executive impoundment cf appropriated 
funds — Law and leqislation 

Budqet concepts and terminolcqy: 
the appropriations phase. Nov. 21 
197ti. 60 p. Fisher, Louis. 
Hultilith 7U-210 GGR 



Executive reorganization — [O.S. ] — 

Chronology 

Federal agencies, commissions, 
bureaus and departments created or 
terminated between 1960 and 1973 on 
a year by year basis. Dec. 27, 
197U. 83 p. HcGrath, James. 
Gressle, Sharon. 



The Conqressional Budqet Act of 
197U (P.L. 93-3UU): leqislative 
history and analysis. Feb. 26, 
1975. 223 p. Schick, Allen. 
Hultilith 75-9U S 



Executive reorganization — [O.S. ] — History 
The evolution of the Executive 
Office of the President. Bar. 19, 
1975. 79 p. Relyea, Harold. 



The Congressional Eudqet and 
Impoundment Act (P.L. 93-3UU) : a 
summary of its provisions. Feb. 5, 
1975. 35 p. Schick, Allen. 
Hultilith 75-33 S 



Reorqanization plans. Aug. 
197a. 1U p. Boe, Ronald. 



26, 



110 



Executive reorganization — f 0. s. 1 — Law 
and leqislation 

Federal interaaencv coordination 
of nonnuclear enerqy research and 
development. Jar.e 6, 1975. 27 o. 
Bates, Dorothy. 

Appears in 0. S. Conaress. 
House. Committee on Science and 
Technoloqv. Coiprehensive plan 
for enerqy research, development 
and demonstration. Hearinq, 9<*th 
Cone., 1st sess. 1975. p. 592- 
618. 



Formulation 
and proqram f 
development: 
ERDA's respon 
93-577. June 
Bates, Doroth 
Appears i 
House. Ccm 
Technoloqv. 
for enerqy 
and demonst 
Ccno., 1st 
591. 



of 
or e 
leqi 
sibi 

6, 
y. 

n 0. 
mitt 
Cc 
rese 
rati 
sess 



a national plan 
nerqy research and 
slative histcry of 
lities under P.L. 
1975. US p. 

S. Conqress. 
ee on Science and 
mprehensive plan 
arch, development 
on. Hearinq, 9«th 
. 1975. p. 5<»7- 



Fairness doctrine 

Background information relating 
to Senate bill S. 2. Apr. 23, 
1975. 2 p. Polinq, Robert. 
Appears in U.S. Congress. 

Senate. Committee en Commerce. 

Subcommittee on Communications. 

Fairness doctrine. Hearings, 

9uth Cono., 1st soss. 1975. p. 

37-38. 



The First Amendment Clarification 
Act Of 1975— S. 2. [Apr. 21, 1975] 
7 p. Polinq, Pobert. 

Aopears in D.S. Conqress. 
Senate. Committee on Commerce. 
Subcommittee en Communications. 
Fairness doctrine. Hearings, 
9uth Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 
38-tttt. 



Families 

see also Adoption 

Birth control 



The role of Conqress in the 
Department of Defense 
Reorqanization Act of 1958. June 
2, 1975. 170 p. Greqory, 
Hath an i el. 

fiultilith 75-161 F 



'amilies — [O.S. ] — Taxation 

Harital status as a factor in the 
Federal income tax treatment of 
individuals. Dec. 2U, 197U. 33 p. 
Drake, Susan. 

Hultilith 7U-235 E 



Exhaust emission control 

see Hotor vehicle pollution control 



Families of military personnel 
see Military dependents 



Export controls — [ 0. S. 1 — Law and 
leqislaticn 

Conqress and nuclear safequards. 
Apr. 9, 1975. 32 p. Donnelly, 
Barren. 

Appears in a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations. Peaceful nuclear 
experts and weapons 
proliferation. 1975. p. U23-45U, 



Peaceful nuclear exports and 
weapons proliferation; a 
compendium. Apr. 1975. 1355 p. 
Donnelly, Warren. Rather, Barbara. 
Issued as a committee prirt. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations, 9uth Conq., 1st sess. 

Barren Donnelly and Barbara 
Rather assisted the committee in 
the preparation cf the report. 



Family planninq 

see Birth control 



Farm income — (O.S. ] 

Farm programs and economic 

stability in agriculture. [Jan. 

1975] 12 p. Hayer, Leo. 

Appears in a committee print, 
Senate Committee on Agriculture 
and Forestry. Agriculture in a 
world of uncertainty: the 
potential impact of rising costs 
of production on agriculture and 
rural America. 1975. p. 99-110. 



Farm labor 

see Agricultural labor 



Exports 

see Tariff 



Fair employment practices 

see Discrimination in employment 



Fair trade 

see Resale price maintenance 



Farm lands— [ U.S. ] 

Readings on land use policy; a 
selection of recent articles and 
studies on land use policy issues 
and activities in the Onited 
States. June 1975. 6«2 p. 
Little, Charles. Fletcher, B. 
Bendell. 

Issued as a committee print. 

Senate Committee on Interior and 

Insular Affairs, 9uth Cong., 1st 

sess. 



Federal advisory bodies 

see also Names of such boards, 

commissions, councils, etc. 



Ill 



Federal advisory bodies — fO.S.] 

Analysis and summary of the draft 
report of the Advisory Commission 
on Intergovernmental Relations on 
state taxation of interstate 
activities of depositories on a 
"dcino business" standard. Jan. 
28, 1975. 29 p. Zaritsky, Howard. 



Feorqanizaticn plans. Auq. 26, 
1970. 10 p. Hoe, Ronald. 



Federal aid to education--[ 0. S. ] — Law 
and legislation 

Proposed regulation of the 
Department of Health, Education, 
and welfare to enforce the sex 
discrimination provisions of the 
education amendments cf 1972 
(sections 901 et seq., P.L. 92- 
318). Dec. 20, 1970. 2 p. Dale, 
Charles. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. "] v. 121, Hay 
22, 1975: S9031-S9033. 



The role cf advisory committees 
ir O.S. foreion policy. Apr. 1975. 

135 p. Foreiqn Affairs Division. 
Collier, Ellen. Hutchinson, Hartha. 
Issued as a -joint committee 
print. Senate Committee on 
Eoreiqn Relations and House 
Committee on International 
Relations, 90th Conq. , 1st sess. 



A review of congressional action 
taken on the Nixon administration 
special revenue sharing proposals, 
93rd Congress. Jan. 20, 197U. 19 
p. Revised Dec. 1970. 21 p. 
HcBreen, Maureen. 

Hultilith 75-8 E 

Revision of Hultilith 7U-17 E. 



Federal advisory bodies — [O.S.] — 

Chronology 

Federal aqencies, commissions, 
bureaus and departments created or 
terminated between 1960 and 1973 on 
a year by year basis. Dec. 27, 
1970. 83 p. HcGrath, James. 
Gressle, Shaicn. 



Federal aid to education — [O.S.] — 
Legislative histories 

Legislative history — House of 
Representatives floor consideration 
of H.R. 69, the Elementary and 
Secondary Education Amendments of 
1974. July 8, 1°7U. 51 p. 
Riddle, Wayne. 

Hultilith 70-135 ED 



Federal aid proqrams 

see also Federally assisted loans 
Grants-in-aid 
Public service employment 



Federal aid proqrams — r D.S.I 

Federal proqrams of assistance to 
American Indians. Apr. 25, 1975. 
259 p. Jones, Richard. 
Hultilith 75-110 GGP 



Federal aid to education — [O.S.] — 
Statistics 

Selected statistics regarding 
budget proposals and appropriations 
for education division programs, 
fiscal years 1975 and 1976. Feb. 
10, 1975. 5 p. Piddle, Wayne. 
Appears also in the 
Congressional record [daily ed. ] 
v. 121, Feb. 19, 1975: S2153. 



Issues in the growth of Federal 
spending for income maintenance. 
June 30, 1975. 23 p. Braden, 
John. Perchik, Tina. 



Federal aid to higher education 
see also Federal aid to medical 
education 



Federal aid to educatior 

see also Federal aid to private 
schools 
Impacted area programs 



Federal aid to higher education — [ 0. S. ] 
Federal student loan programs — 
1958 to 1970. Har. 1, 1975. 105 
d. Stedman, Jim. 

Hultilith 75-82 ED 



Federal aid to education — [U.S.] 

Human resource proqrams — 1976 
budget hiqhliqhts and issues (with 
appendix coverinq law enforcement 
and -justice) . Feb. 5, 1975. 02 p. 

Education and Public Welfare 
Division. 

Hultilith 75-36 ED 



Federal aid to education — [O.S.] — 

Appropriations 

Appropriations, FY 1970-FY 1976, 
plus budqet requests, FY 1976-FY 
1977, for prcorams authorized under 
the Elementary and Secondary 
Education Act of 1965, P.L. 89-10, 
as amended. Har. 7, 1975. 2 p. 
Riddle, Wayne. 



Human resource programs — 1976 
budget highlights and issues (with 
appendix covering law enforcement 
and justice) . Feb. 5, 1975. 02 p. 

Education and Public Welfare 
Division. 

Hultilith 75-36 ED 



Tax relief to students and 
parents for higher education 
expenses: current previsions and 
proposed reforms, with selected 
bibliography. Jan. 23, 1975. 20 
p. Pastorius, Gary. 
Hultilith 75-21 S 



Federal aid tc hospitals--[ 0". S. ] — Law 
and legislation 

National Health Planning and 
Resources Development Act of 1970, 
P.L. 93-601. Feb. 20, 1975. 57 p. 
O'Sullivan, Jennifer. 
Hultilith 75-58 ED 



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Federal employees — r O.S.I — (Cont.) 

Reduction of Federal salaries - 
1932-1935. Jan. 10, 1975. 16 p. 
Gressle, Sharon. HcHurtry, 
Virginia. 



Federal-state relations 

see also Congressional powers 
Federal aid programs 
Grants-in-aid 
State politics and government 



Federal expenditures 

see Federal receipts and expenditures 



Federal Nornuclear Energy Research and 
Development Act 

Formulation of a national plan 
and program for enerqy research and 
development: legislative history of 
FPCA's responsibilities under P.L. 
93-577. June 6, 1975. U5 p. 
Bates, Dorothy. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
House. Committee on Science and 
Technology. Comprehensive plan 
for energy research, development 
and demonstration. Hearing, 9Uth 
Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 5U7- 
591. 



Federal officials 

see also Conflict of interests 
Federal employees 
loyalty-security program 
Presidential appointments 



Federal of f icials—f 0. S. 1 

Conflict of interest provisions 
applicable to Department of Justice 
personnel. Sept. 5, 197U. €2 p. 
Haskell, Jack. 



Federal officials — r 0.S.1 — La* and 
legislation 

Exemptions from the Hatch Act 
prohibition against takirg an 
active part in political campaigns, 
Nov. 12, 197U. 32, 11 p. Fiori, 
Patricia. 



Federal of f icials--r 0. S. 1 — Salaries 

Reduction of Federal salaries - 
1932-1935. Jan. 10, 1975. 16 p. 
Gressle, Sharon. HcHurtry, 
Virginia. 



Federal receipts and expenditures--f O.S. ] 
Comparison of O.S. Government 
budget data on the unified budget 
concept and Federal funds basis, 
fiscal years 195U-1976, and 
national defense function outlays 
related to total budget outlays and 
to qrcss national product (GNF) , 
fiscal years 19^0-1976. Feb. 13, 
197«. 8 p. Revised Feb. 7, 1975. 
7 p. Braden, John. 

Hultilith 75-37 E 

Revision of Hultilith 74-37 E 



Oses and sources of Federal 
Government budget funds (unified 
budget concept and Federal funds 
basis), fiscal years, 197U-1976. 
Feb. 22, 197U. 1 « p. Revised Feb. 
Itt, 1975. 13 p. naffei, Barbara. 
Hultilith 75-U8 E 
Revision of Hultilith 7U-U7 E. 



Federal-state relations — [O.S. ] 

Administration of NEPA at the 
state and local levels as proposed 
in section 10tt of the Housing and 
Orban Development Act of 1 97tt (H.R. 
15361) . July 3, 197«. 3 p. 
Curlin, James. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. ] v. 120, Aug. 
13, 197U; S1U885-S1U888. 



Oil and gas from the outer 
continental shelf: analysis of the 
"Energy Supply Act" and summary of 
the Senate debate on S. 3221. Feb. 
1, 1975. 1U p. Rothberg, Paul. 
Appears in a committee print. 
Office of Technology Assessment. 
An analysis of the feasibility of 
separating exploration from 
production of oil and gas on the 
outer continental shelf. 1975. 
p. 236-2U9. 



Federal Water Pollution Control Act 
Supreme Court decisions on 
impoundment of Water Pollution 
Control Act funds. Feb. 26, 1975. 
25 p. Glass, Stuart. 

Hultilith 75-6U A [56U/113 A] 



Federally-assisted loans 

The Federal Financing Bank — its 
role and functions. June 25, 1975. 
27 p. Hitrisin, John. 
Hultilith 75-152 E 



Federal grant-in-aid programs 
which provide construction grants 
directly to public and private 
nonprofit institutions and 
agencies. Hay 9, 1975. 11 p. 
Haffei, Barbara. 



A new Reconstruction Finance 
Corporation or national development 
bank: some basic issues and three 
proposals. Apr. 11, 1975. 33 p. 
Hitrisin, John. 

Hultilith 75-99 I 



Some aspects of Federal 
borrowing: the activities of 
Federal off-budget agencies, 
government sponsored agencies, and 
federally guaranteed borrowinq. 
Oct. «, 197<4. 17 p. Hitrisin, 
John. 



Federally- assisted loans — History 

The origins, oblectives, and 
accomplishments of the Civilian 
Conservation Corps (CCC), the 
Public Works Administration (PWA) , 
the works Progress Administration 
(WPA) , the National Youth 
Administration (NTA) , and the 
Reconstruction Finance Corporation 
(RFC) . Feb. 7, 1975. 8 p. 
Sheridan, Peter. 

Appears also in the 
Congressional record [daily ed. ] 
v. 121, Bar. U, 1975: E869-E870. 






115 



Federally-assisted leans — Law and 
leqislaticn 

Emerqencv Federal financial 
assistance to private enterprise: i 
selective examination of past loan 
and lean quarantee proqrams cf the 
Federal Government. Nov. 29, 197<t, 
26 p. Hitrisin, John. 
Hultilith 7U-205 E 



Firearms control — [O.S.] — legal cases 
Gun control: the 
constitutionality of Federal 
prohibitions on the mere possession 
of firearms as an exercise of the 
commerce power. June 12, 1975. 30 
p. Ponhovda, Kent. 

Hultilith 75-m6 A [572/90] 



Finance 

see Eanks and bankina 
Ecr.ds 
Inflation 

International finance 
Frcfit 

Fublic finance 
Subdivision Finance under 

specific topics, e.g. 

Fnerqy research — Finance 



First Amendment Clarification Act 
(Proposed) 

Background information relating 
to Senate bill S. 2. Apr. 23, 
1975. 2 p. Poling, Pobert. 
Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Commerce. 
Subccmmittee on Communications. 
Fairness doctrine. Hearings, 
9uth Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 
37-38. 



Financial disclosure 

see also Conflict of interests 



Financial disclosure — TO. S.I — Law and 
leaislaticr 

Federal statutes and selected 
reoulations involvinq personal 
financial disclosure. Bar. 1975. 
111 p. Reimer, Rita. 

Hultilith 75-168 A [573/57] 



The First Amendment Clarification 
Act of 1975— S. 2. [Apr. 21, 1975] 
7 p. Poling, Pobert. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Commerce. 
Subccmmittee on Communications. 
Fairness doctrine. Hearings, 
9Uth Cong., 1st sess. 1975. d. 
38-ua. 



Fiscal policy 

see also Federal budgets 

Government spending 



Financial institutions — [0.S.1 — Law and 

leoislaticr 

Chanoinq financial institution 
structures: savinqs and lean 
associations. Hav 2, 1975. 26 p. 
Wells, F. Jean. Dovell, Susan. 



Financial system reform proposals 
in the 9uth Ccroress. Hav 1«, 
1975. 8 p. Wells, F. Jean. 



Piscal policy — [ a. S. ] 

1975 budget: alternatives and 
analyses. Apr. 15, 1975. 192 p. 
Farb, Warren. 

Issued by the Senate and House 
Committees on the Budget. 

Warren Farb was a member of the 
working group preparing the study. 



Financial institutions — [O.S. ] — Taxation 
Analysis and summary of the draft 
report of the Advisory Commission 
or Interqovernmental Relations en 
state taxation cf interstate 
activities of depositories on a 
"dcino business" standard. Jan. 
28, 1975. 29 p. Zaritsky, Howard. 



Overview of 1976 budget. Feb. 
13, 1975. 70 p. Teeters, Nancy. 
Hultilith 75-tttt F 



Policy options for the economy at 
mid-197ii: statements of selected 
econcaists. Sept. 6, 197U. 35 p. 
Braden, John. 



Financial Institutions Act (Proposed) 
Chanqinq financial institution 
structures: savinqs and lean 
associations. Kay 2, 1975. 28 t 
Wells, F. Jean. Covell, Susan. 



Fiscal year — [O.S.] — Law and legislation 
Budget concepts and terminology: 
the appropriations phase. Nov. 21, 
197U. 60 p. Fisher, Louis. 
Bultilith 7«-210 GGF 



Firearms control — [O.S.] — Law and 
legislation 

Gun Control Act of 1968: digest 
of malor previsions, P.L. 9C-618, 
9Cth Conqress, H.F. 17735, October 
22, 1968. Oct. 29, 1968. 16 p. 
Revised Jan. 30, 1969. 12 p. 
Second revision June 19, 1975. 12 
p. Hcqan, Harry. 

Bultilith 75-15" ED 
Supersedes Bultilith EE 333 P. 



The Conaressional Eudget Act of 
197« (P.L. 93-3UU) : legislative 
history and analysis. Feb. 26, 
1975. 223 p. Schick, Allen. 
Bultilith 75-9« S 



The Congressional Eudget and 
Impoundment Act (P.L. 93-3UUJ : a 
summary of its provisions. Feb. 5, 
1975. 35 p. Schick, Allen. 
Hultilith 75-33 S 



116 



Fisheries — [U.S.S.F. ] 

Soviet ocean activities: a 
preliminary scrvev. Apr. 30, 1975. 

81 p. Franssen, Herman. Nielke, 
James. Riva, Joseph. Dodqe, 
Christopher. Sherman, Harvey. 
Hardt, John. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Commerce and 
the National Ocean Study Policy, 
9Uth Conq. , 1st sess. 



Food — Conferences 

The world Food Conference: 
implications for congressional 
action. Dec. 8, 197«. 15 p. 
Sherman, Harvey. 

Multilith 7U-212 EP 
Appears also in the 
Congressional record [daily ed. ] 
v. 121, Feb. 27, 1975: S2786- 
S2789. 



Fishery aqreements 

Treaties and other international 
aoreements en fisheries, 
oceanoqraphic resources, and 
wildlife to which the Onited States 
is party. Dec. 31, 197U. 968 p. 
Browne, Marlorie. Branaman, Erenda, 
Issued as a committee print. 

Senate Committee on Commerce, 93d 

Conq., 2d sess. 



Fishery law and leqislation — [O.S. ] 
A compilation of Federal laws 
relatinq to conservation and 
development of our Nation's fish 
and wildlife resources, 
environmental quality, and 
oceancqraphy. Jan. 1975. SUb p. 
Williams, Grover. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Merchant 
Marine and Fisheries, 9Uth Conq. 
1st sess. 



Food for Peace. 

Food for Peace — actions of the 
93d Congress. Jan. 2«, 1S75. 2 p. 
Baker, Janice. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed.] v. 121, Feb. 
27, 1975: S2789-S2790. 



Food relief 

see also Food stamp plan 

School lunch program 



International food reserves: 
background and current proposals. 
Oct. 197U. 138 p. Payer, Leo. 
Sherman, Harvey. Montague, Marion. 
Baker, Janice. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Foreign 
Affairs, Subcommittee on 
International Organizations and 
Movements, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



Fissionable materials 

Peaceful nuclear exports and 
weapons proliferation; a 
compendium. Apr. 1975. 1355 p. 
Donnelly, Warren. Rather, Barbara. 
Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations, 9Uth Conq., 1st sess, 

Warren Donnelly ard Barbara 
Rather assisted the committee in 
the preparation of the report. 



Fleet ballistic missile systems 
see Atcmic submarines 



The World Food Conference: 
implications for congressional 
action. Dec. 8, 197U. 15 p. 
Sherman, Harvey. 

Multilith 7U-212 EP 
Appears also in the 
Congressional record [daily ed. ] 
v. 121, Feb. 27, 1975: S2786- 
S2789. 



Food relief — [Foreign] 

Food for Peace — actions of the 
93d Congress. Jan. 2U, 1975. 2 p. 
Baker, Janice. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. ] v. 121, Feb. 
27, 1975: S2789-S2790. 



Flood ccntrol--[ 0. S. ]--Law and 
legislation 

Land use activities of the 93rd 
Conqress that pertain to the 
coastal zone. May 13, 1975. 26 p. 
Fletcher, W. Wendell. 



Food relief--[0.S. ] 

Hunqer and malnutrition in the 
Onited States: how much? May 1, 
1975. 22 p. Quimby, Freeman. 
Multilith 75-100 SP 



Flood relief 

see Disaster relief 



Food stamp plan--( U.S. ] 

A brief history of the food stamp 
proqram. Jan. 17, 1975. 9 p. 
Richardson, Joe. 



Food 

see also 



A brief outline of how the food 
stamp proqram works. Jan. 1"*, 
1975. 9 p. Richardson, Joe. 



Food-- Bib lioqraphy 

Agricultural policy, food pclicy, 
nutrition policy, world food 
problems: a select biblioqraphy, 
1969-1975. Sept. 10, 197U. 23 p. 
Revised Apr. 30, 1975. 3e p. 
Chapman, Cynthia. 

Multilith 75-120 SP 

Revision of Multilith 7U-155 SP. 



Estimatinq the population 
eliqible for food stamps. Feb. 18, 
1975. 23 p. Beebout, Harold. 
Multilith 75-«9 EC 
Prepared by "Associate 
Director, Policy Studies of 
Mathematica, Inc., Washington, 
D. C. on contract for the 
Congressional Research Service." 



117 



Food stamp plan — f O.S.I (Cont. ) 

Hew the food stamp proqram works: 
a resource pacer. Jan. 7, 1975. 
28 p. Michelman, Kathrvr. 
Richardson, Joe. 

Hultilith 7U-232 ED 



Foreigr economic relations 

see also Balance of payments 
Foreign investments 
Foreign trade policy 
International corporation: 



Hunger and malnutrition in the 
Urited States: how much? May 1, 
1975. 22 p. Ouimby, Freeman. 
Hultilith 75-100 SP 



The increase in food stamp 
program purchase reguirements. 
Jar. 21, 1975. 13 p. Richardson, 
Joe. 



Foreign economic relations — [Communist 
countries] — OECD countries 

Western investment in Communist 
economies; a selected survey on 
economic interdependence. Aug. 5, 
197U. 83 p. Hardt, John. 
Holliday, George. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Foreign 
Relations, Subcommittee on 
Multinational Corporations, 9 3d 
Cong. , 2d sess. 



supply 

The development and allocation of 
scarce world resources: selected 
excerpts and references relating to 
the national debate topics for high 
schools 1975-1976. May 1975. 399 
p. Kcroan, Arne. Baker, Janice. 
Donnelly, Warren. Sherman, Harvey. 
Huahes, Steve. 

Issued as Senate document no. 

9u_u5, outh Ccnq., 1st sess. 



International feed reserves: 
background and current proposals. 
Oct. 197U. 138 p. Mayer, Leo. 
Sherman, Harvev. Montague, Marion. 
Baker, Janice. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Foreign 
Affairs, Subcommittee ^>n 
International Oroanizaticns and 
Movements, 93d Conq., 2d sess. 



'oreign economic relations — [U.S. ] 

Summary of the correspondence 
between the Council on 
International Economic Policy 
(CIEP) and the Subcommittee on 
International Economic Policy of 
the House International Relations 
Committee [concernino U.S. 
international economic policy] and 
accompanying materials and 
statements. May 5, 1975. 7 p. 
Costa, John. 

Appears in U.S. Congress. 
House. Committee en 
International relations. 
Subcommittee on International 
Economic Policy. Authorization 
legislation for and the operation 
of the Ccurcil on International 
Economic Policy. Hearing, 9Uth 
Conq., 1st sess. 1975. p. 33-39. 



Food supply — Sibliooraphy 

Agricultural policy, food pclicv, 
nutrition policy, world food 
problems: a select bibliooraphy , 
1969-1975. Sept. 10, 197U. 23 p. 
Revised Apr. 30, 1975. 38 p. 
Chapman, Cvnthia. 

Hultilith 75-120 SP 

Revision of Hultilith 70-155 SP. 



Food supply — [Pakistan] 

The food situation in Pakistan. 
Jan. 15, 1975. 67 p. Shuey, 
Robert. 

Hultilith 75-118 F 



U.S. policy in a changing world 
economv: foreign economic policies 
for the second half of the 
seventies. Nov. 11, 1970. 38 p. 
Peifman, Alfred. 

Hultilith 7«-i90 S 



Foreign exchange 

see Balance of payments 

International monetary systei 



Foreign investments 

see also American investments 
Foreign leans 
petrodollars 



Foreion affairs 

see Foreiqn relations 

International relations 



Foreiqn aid to aqriculture 
see Agricultural assistance 



Foreiqn Assistance Act 

Fund restriction on foreign 
covert operations cf the C.I. A. not 
strictly limited to intelligence 
qathering activities. Mar. 18, 
1975. 17 p. celada, Raymond. 



Foreign investments — [Communist 
countries ] 

Western investment in Communist 
economies; a selected survey on 
economic interdependence. Aug. 5, 
197u. 83 p. Hardt, John. 
Holliday, George. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Foreign 
Relations, Subcommittee or. 
Multinational Corporations, 93d 
Ccng., 2d sess. 



Foreiqn commerce 
see Foreiqn trade 



118 



Foreiqn investments — [ Eastern Europe ] 
Reorientation and commercial 
relations of the economies of 
Eastern Europe. Aug. 16, 1970. 
771 p. Hardt, John. Holliday, 
George. 

Issued as a joint committee 
print. Joint Economic Committee, 
93d Conq. , 2d sess. 

John Hardt planned the sccpe of 
the research and coordinated and 
edited the contributions to this 
compendium cf papers. He was 
assisted by Georqe Holliday. 



Foreiqn relation s--[ Eastern Europe] — 
Western Europe 

Western approach to the 
Conference on Security and 
Cooperation in Europe. Sept. 1, 
1970. 08 p. nian, Pauline. 
Hultilith 70-175 F 



Foreign relation s — [ Israel ] — 0. S. 

American-Jewish interest groups 
and U.S. policy towards Israel: a 
bibliographic essay on recent 
research. Jan. 3, 1975. 10 p. 
Sachs, Richard. 



Foreign investments — [O.S. 1 

International financial 
information: problems connected 
with the cil Frice increases, 
capital flows, and investments. 
Bar. 0, 1975. 02 p. Scuka, Cario, 



Summary of the correspondence 
between the Council on 
International Economic Policy 
(CIEP) and the Subcommittee on 
International Economic Policy of 
the House International Relations 
Committee T concerning 0. S. 
international economic pclicy] and 
accompanying materials and 
statements. nay 5, 1975. 7 p. 
Costa, John. 

Appears in D.S. Congress. 
House. Committee on 
International Relations. 
Subcommittee on International 
Economic Pclicy. Authori7ation 
legislation for and the operation 
of the Council on International 
Ecorcmic Policy. Hearing, 90th 
Conq., 1st sess. 1975. p. 33-39. 



D.S. policy in a changing world 
economy: foreign economic policies 
for the second half of the 
seventies. Nov. 11, 1970. 38 p. 
Reifman, Alfred. 

Hultilith 70-190 S 



Foreiqn loans — fChilel 

The multilateral development 
banks and the suspension of lendinq 
to Allende's Chile. Dec. 13, 1970. 
51 p. Sanford, Jonathan. 

Appears in U.S. Congress. 
House. Committee en Foreign 
Affairs, Subcommittee on Inter- 
American Affairs. United States 
and Chile during the Allende 
years, 1970-1973. Hearings. 
1970. p. 017-067. 



Foreign policy 

see Foreign relations 

International relations 



Foreign relations — [ Panama ] — O.S. 

Economic ramifications of future 
Panama Canal control and use: a 
survey. Apr. 3, 1975. 15 p. 
Cole, Leon. 

Appears in D.S. Congress. 
House. Committee on 
Appropriations. Subcommittee on 
the Dept. of Transportation and 
Related Agencies. Department of 
Transportation and related 
agencies appropriations for 1976, 
Hearings, 90th Cong., 1st sess. 
1975. p. 65-79. 



Foreign relations — [South Vietnam] — O.S. 
Background information relating 
to Southeast Asia and Vietnam (7th 
revised edition). Dec. 1970. 660 
p. Sterste, Dagnija. Niksch, 
Larry. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Foreign 
Relations, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 
This edition was prepared by 
committee staff with the 
assistance of Dagnija Sterste and 
Larry Niksch. 



Foreign relations — [Southeast Asia] — O.S. 
Background information relating 
to Southeast Asia and Vietnam (7th 
revised edition). Dec. 1970. 660 
p. Sterste, Dagnija. Niksch, 
Larry. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Foreign 
Relations, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 
This edition was prepared by 
committee staff with the 
assistance of Dagnija Sterste and 
Larry Niksch. 



Foreign relations — [O.S.S.R. ]--0.S. 
Detente in Soviet- American 
relations, 1972-1970: a survey and 
analysis. Hay 1975. 115 p. 
Whelan, Joseph. Hike, Francis. 
Hultilith 75-169 F 



Foreign Policy Orqanic Act (Proposed) 
A Foreiqn Pclicy Orqanic Act: a 
survey of the concept and some 
possible approaches. Nov. 11, 
1970. 18 p. Collier, Ellen. 



Foreiqn relations — f Canada 1- -O.S. 

O.S. -Canadian Great Lakes Water 
Quality aqreement. Jan. 28, 1975. 
15 p. Becker, S. William. 



Foreign relations--[ 0. S. ] 

Congress and foreign policy: 
1970. Apr. 15, 1975. 72 p. 
Foreign Affairs Division. Niehaus, 
Harjorie. 

Issued as a committee print, 
House Committee on International 
Relations, 90th Cong., 1st sess. 



119 



Foreign relations — [ D.S.I (Cont.) 

The role cf advisory committees 
in O.S. foreiqn policy. Apr. 1975. 

135 p. Foreiqn Affairs Division. 
Collier, Ellen. Hutchinson, Hartha, 
Issued as a 1cint committee 
print, Senate Committee on 
Foreiqn Relations and Rouse 
Committee on International 
Relations, 9Uth Conq., 1st sess. 



Science, technolcqy, and American 
diplomacy; science and technclcqy 
in the Department of State: 
brinqinq technical content into 
diplomatic pclicy and operations. 
June 1975. 180 p. Huddle, 
Franklin. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee en International 
Relations, Subcommittee on 
International Security and 
Scientific Affairs. 



Foreiqn relations — r 0. S. ] — Canada 

0. S. -Canadian Great Lakes Water 
Quality aqreement. Jan. 28, 1975. 
15 p. Eecker, S. William. 



Foreiqn relations — [O.S 
Background infor 
to Southeast Asia 
revised edition) . 
p. Sterste, Dagni 
Larry. 

Issued as a co 
Senate Committee 
Relations, 93d C 
This edition w 
committee staff 
assistance of Da 
Larry Niksch. 



. ] — South Vietnam 
nation relating 
and Vietnam (7th 
Dec. 197U. 660 
ja. Kiksch, 

mnittee print, 

on Foreign 
ong. r 2d sess. 
as prepared by 
with the 
gnija Sterste and 



Foreign relations — [ O.S. ]--Southeast Asia 
Background information relating 
to Southeast Asia and Vietnam (7th 
revised edition). Dec. 1970. 660 
p. Sterste, Dagnija. Niksch, 
Larry. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Foreign 
Relations, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 
This edition was prepared by 
committee staff with the 
assistance of Dagnija Sterste and 
Larry Niksch. 



Foreiqn relations — f O.S. ] — Israel 

American-Jewish interest qroups 
and O.S. policy towards Israel: a 
biblioqraphic essay on recent 
research. Jan. 3, 1975. 1U p. 
Sachs, Richard. 



Foreiqn relations — [ O.S. ] — 0. S. S. R. 
Detente in Soviet-American 
relations, 1972-197U; a survey and 
analysis. Hay 1975. 115 p. 
Whelan, Joseph. Mike, Francis. 
Hultilith 75-169 F 



Foreiqn relations — [O.S.]--Law and 

leqislation 

A Foreiqn Pclicy Orqanic Act: 
survey of the concept and some 
possible approaches. Nov. 11, 
197«. 18 p. Collier, Ellen. 



Foreign relations — [Western Europe] — 
Eastern Europe 

Western approach to the 
Conference on Security and 
Cooperation in Europe. Sept. 1, 
197«. U8 p. Hian, Pauline. 
Hultilith 7U-175 F 



Legislation en foreign relations 
with explanatory notes. June 1975. 

1856 p. Collier, Ellen. Albano, 
Walter. Pynearson, Arthur. 
Nowels, Larry. 

Issued as a joint committee 
print. Senate Committee on 
Foreign Relations and House 
Committee on International 
Relations, 93d Conq., 1st sess. 
The compilation was prepared 
under the direction of the Senatt 
Committee on Foreign Relations 
with the assistance of CRS and 
AID. 



Foreign relations — [O.S.] 

see also Congress and foreign policy 
President and foreign policy 



Foreign trade 

see also Balance of payments 
Foreign investments 
Foreign trade policy 
Imports 

International corporations 
Haritime law 



Foreign relations — [ 0. S. 1 — Panama 

Economic ramifications of future 
Parama Canal control and use: a 
survey. Apr. 3, 1975. 15 p. 
Cole, Leon. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
House. Committee on 
Appropriations. Subcommittee on 
the Dept. cf Transportation and 
Related Aoencies. Department of 
Transportation and related 
aqencies appropriations for 1976, 
Hearinqs, 90th Cong., 1st sess. 
1975. p. 65-^9. 



Foreign trade — [Cuba] 

Trade with Cuba. Bar. U, 1975. 
1 p. Sklar, Barry. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. ] v. 121, Har. 
U, 1975: S2906. 



Foreign trade — [Eastern Europe] — O.S. 
Reorientation and commercial 
relations of the economies of 
Eastern Europe. Aug. 16, 197U. 
771 p. Hardt, John. Hclliday, 
George. 

Issued as a joint committee 
print. Joint Economic Committee, 
93d Cong., 2d sess. 

John Hardt planned the scope of 
the research and coordinated and 
edited the contributions to this 
compendium of papers. He was 
assisted by George Holliday. 



120 



Foreiqn trade--[ 0. S. 1 

Economic raiif ications of future 
Parana Canal control and use: a 
survey. Apr. 3, 1975. 15 p. 
Cole, Leon. 

Appears in U.S. Conqress. 
House. Committee on 
Appropriations. Subcommittee on 
♦he Dept. of Transportation and 
Related Aaencies. Department of 
Transportation and related 
aqencies appropriations for 1976. 

Hearinqs, S4th Conq. , 1st sess. 
1975. p. 65-79. 



Forestry law and leqislation — [U.S. ] 

S. 36", timber purchaser credits. 
Forest Service roads tuilt by 
timber purchasers. Apr. 15, 1975. 
21 p. Self, Robert. 

Appears in 0. S. Conqress. 
Senate. Committee on Public 
Works. Transferable forest 
access road credits. Hearinq, 
90th Conq., 1st sess. 1975. p. 
95-115. 



Foster care 
see Day care 



Foreiqn trade--f 0. S. 1--Fastern Europe 
Feorientaticn and commercial 
relations of the economies of 
Eastern Europe. Auq. 16, 1974. 
771 p. Hardt, John. Holliday, 
Georqe. 

Issued as a "joint committee 
print. Joint Economic Committee, 
93d Conq., 2d sess. 

John Hardt planned the scope of 
the research and coordinated and 
edited the contributions to this 
compendium cf papers. He was 
assisted by Georqe Holliday. 



Foster home care — [O.S. ] 

Discussion of problems of 
adoption and proposals to help 
alleviate these problems. Apr. 7, 
1975. 19 p. Jones, Jean. 

Appears in O.S. Conqress. 
Senate. Committee on Labor and 
Public Welfare. Subcommittee on 
Children and Youth. Adoption and 
foster care, 1975. Hearinqs, 
94th Conq., 1st sess. 1975. p. 
66U-683. 



Foreiqn trade policy 

see also Export controls 

Import restrictions 

Host favored nation principle 

Subsidies 

Tariff 



Foreiqn trade policy — f O.S.I — 
Biblioqraphy 

O.S. trade policy: 1972 to mid- 
197U. Oct. 23, 1974. 6 p. 
Wertman, Patricia. 

Hultilith 7U-170 E 



Foreiqn trade promotion 

see Fxport controls 

Subsidies 



Foreiqn trade requlation 

see Export controls 

Import restrictions 
Tariff 



Foreiqners 
see Aliens 



Forest conservation--f Ca lif orr.ia 1 

Developments concerninq Redwood 
Rational Parte in the period 1971 
throuqh 1974. Feb. 10, 1975. 10 
p. Siehl , Georoe. 



Forest roads — [ 0. S. 1--Finance 

S. 364, timber purchaser credits, 
Forest Service roads built by 
timber purchasers. Apr. 15, 1975. 
21 p. Wclf, Fobert. 

Appears in 0. S. Conqress. 
Senate. Committee on Public 
Works. Transferable forest 
access road credits. Hearinq, 
°utl- Conq., 1st cess. 1975. p. 
95-115. 



Franking privileqe 

see also Conqressional privileqes and 

immunities 



Frankinq privileqe — [O.S.] — Law and 
leqislation 

Summary of quidelines for 
conqressional frankinq, includinq 
P.L. 93-191 and recent related 
leqislation. Feb. u, 1974. 38 p. 
Revised Feb. 13, 1S75. 41 p. 
Haskell, Jack. Burdette, Robert, 
rev. 

Hultilith 75-46 A [562/218 R] 
Revision of Hultilith 74-29 A 
[531/218], 



Freedom of information 

see also Executive privilege 

(Government information) 
Government information 



Freedom of information--[ O.S. ] — 
Leqislative histories 

The Freedom of Information Act 
amendments of 1974, (P.L. 93-502); 
a leqislative history. Dec. 29, 
1974. 20 p. Relyea, Harold. 

An edited version appears in a 
■Joint committee print. House 
Committee on Government 
Operations, Subcommittee on 
Government Information and 
Individual Rights. Freedom of 
Information Act and Amendments of 
1974 (P.L. 93-502); source book: 
leqislative history, texts, and 
other documents. 1975. p. 109- 
116. 






121 






don of information 

Freedom of Info 

Amendments of 197 

source book: legi 

texts, and other 

1975. 571 p. Re 

Issued as a 1 

print. House Co 

Government Oper 

Subcommittee en 

Information and 

and Senate Comm 

Judiciary, Subc 

Administrative 

Procedure, 9Uth 

Harold Pelyea 

"invaluable ass 

staffs in the c 

these materials 



— [ O.S. 1— (Cont. ) 
rmation Act and 
U (P.L. 93-503) ; 
slative history, 
documents. Bar. 
lyea, Harold, 
oint committee 
mmittee on 
ations. 

Government 

Individual Rights 
ittee on the 
ommittee on 
Practice and 

Conq., 1st sess. 

provided 
istance" to the 
cmpilation of 



Freedom of Information Act 

The Freedcm cf Information Act 
amendments cf 197U, (P.L. 93-502); 
a legislative histcry. Dec. 29, 
197«. 20 p. Relyea, Harold. 

An edited version appears in a 
1oint committee print. House 
Committee on Government 
Operations, Subcommittee on 
Government Information and 
Individual Rights. Freedcm cf 
Information Act and Amendments of 
197U (P.L. 93-502) ; source book: 
leqislative history, texts, and 
other documents. 1975. p. 109- 
116. 



Freedom of Information Act — Leqislative 
histories 

Freedom of Information Act and 

Amendments of 1974 {P.L. 93-503) ; 

source book: legislative history, 

texts, and other documents. Bar. 

1975. 571 p. Relyea, Harold. 
Issued as a -joint committee 
print. House Committee en 
Government Operations, 
Subcommittee en Government 
Information and Individual Rights 
and Senate Committee on the 
Judiciary, Subcommittee on 
Administrative Practice and 
Procedure, 9Uth Cong., 1st sess. 

Harold Relyea provided 
"invaluable assistance" to the 
staffs in the compilation of 
these materials. 



Fuel— fO.S. ] 

Background readings en energy 
policy. Mar. 1, 1975. 883 p. 
Anderson, Robert. Chatham, George. 

Gravelle, Jane. Gulick, Frances. 
Gushee, David. Lindahl, David. 
Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Says and 
Means, 9Uth Cong., 1st sess. 

CRS assisted the staff in the 
compilation. 



Federal energy organization. 
Mar. «, 1975. 29 p. Abbasi, Susan. 
Multilith 75-66 EP 



Readings on energy conservation. 
[Jan. 6, 1975] 570 p. Anderson, 
Robert. Beard, Daniel. 

Issued as a committee print, 

Senate Committee en Interior and 

Insular Affairs, 9«th Cong., 1st 

sess. 



Fuel oil 

see Petroleum 



Full employment policies 

see also Government spending 
Public works 
Unemployment 



Full employment policies — 
Economic policy and 
the Dnited States: a 
developments from the 
the Employment Act of 
197«. Apr. 7, 1975. 
Knight, Edward. 

Issued as a joint 
print. Joint Econom 
9Uth Cong., 1st ses 
no. 2 in its series 
Price Stability and 
Growth." 



G.I. loans 

see Veterans' loans 



Gag rule 

see Limitation of debate 



[O.S. ] 

inflation in 
survey of 

enactment of 

19U6 through 

101 p. 



committee 
ic Committee, 
s., as paper 

"Studies in 

Economic 



Freedom of religion 

see Religious liberty 



Freedom of the seas 
see Maritime law 



Fuel 

see also 



Coal 

Gasoline 
Natural gas 
Petroleum 



Garbage 

see Refuse and refuse disposal 



Garnishment — [O.S.] — State laws 

Highlights of state statutes 
governing the process of 
garnishment in aid of attachments 
and executions en judgment. Apr. 
17, 1975. 109 p. Ojevich, Robert. 



in submerged lands--[ Calif ornia ] 
Outer continental shelf oil and 
gas leasing off southern 
California: analysis of issues. 
Nov. 197U. 100 p. Curlin, James. 
Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Commerce, 93d 
Cong., 2d sess. 



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Gas industry 

see also Coal gasification 
Natural qas 



Gas industry — ro.S. 1 

Economic impact report on 
deregulation of natural oas. Nov 
5, 1?7U. 6 p. Kumins, Lawrence. 
Appears in O.S. Conqress. 

Senate. Committee on Commerce. 

Natural Gas Production and 

Conservation Act of 197U. 

Hearinqs, 93d Conq., 2d sess. 

197«. p. 284-289. 



Genetic engineering 

Genetic engineering: evolution of 
a technological issue; supplenental 
report I. Dec. 197tt. 215 p. 
HcCullough, Janes. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Science and 
Astronautics, Subcommittee on 
Science, Research, and 
Development, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



Germ warfare 

see Biological warfare 



Gas industry — [ 0. S. l--Taxatior 

Summary of principal provisions 
of the Internal Revenue Code 
affectinq energy resources, 
prcduction ard consumption (oil, 
gas, and coal). Nov. 9, 1973. 9 
p. Revised June €, 1975. 1U p. 
Leibowitz, Gecrqe. Tannenwald, 
Robert, rev. 

Hultilith 75-150 E 



Gerontology 
see Aged 



Government 

see Municipal politics and government 
Politics and government 
State politics and government 



Gas warfare 

see Chemical warfare 



Government agencies 

see Executive departments 

Federal advisory bodies 
Independent regulatory commissions 



Gasification of ccal 
see Coal gasification 



Gasoline — r O.S. 1 

Au*c emission standards and air 
quality. Jan. 21, 1975. 8 p. 
Trumbule, Robert. 



Government and business — [France] 

A study of the relationships 
between the government and the 
petroleum industry in selected 
foreign countries: France. Peb. 
28, 1975. 17 p. nian, Pauline. 
Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 9«th Cong., 1st 
sess. 



Summary of the energy 
ccnservation and demand management 
options presented in the Project 
Independence Report (blueprint) . 
TNov. 2U, 197U1 u p. Andersen, 
Robert. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 

Reuse. Committee on Interior and 

Insular Affairs. Subcommittee on 

the Environment. Prolect 

Independence blueprint. 

Hearings, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 

1975. p. 166-169. 



Government and business — [Gt. Brit. ] 
A study of the relationships 
between the government and the 
petroleum industry in selected 
foreign countries: Onited Kingdom. 
[Dec. 197U1 S5 p. Lampson, Edward 
Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 9Uth Cong., 1st 
sess. 



;asoline tax — f O.S.I 

Summary of testimony presented by 
panelists on the sublect of the 
enerqy crisis and proposed 
solutions on Harch 3, U, 5, 6, 7, 
10. 11, 12, 13, and m, 1975. 
[Bar. 19751 51 p. Congressional 
Research Service. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Ways and 
Hears, 9Uth Cenq. , 1st sess. 

Prepared by the staff with the 
assistance of CRS. 



Gasoline tax--fO.S. "|--Biblioqraphy 
Supplemental biblioqraphy on 
enerqy tax policy. Feb. 26, 1975. 
5 p. Gravelle, Jane. 

Appears in a committee print. 
House Committee on Ways and 
Heans. Backqround readinqs en 
enerqy policy. 1975. p. OK4-018. 



Government and business — [Italy] 

A study of the relationships 
between the qovernment and th° 
petroleum industry in selected 
foreign countries: Italy. [Jan. 
15, 1975] 9 p. Hark, Clyde. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 9Hth Conq., 1st 
sess. 



Government and business — [Japan] 

A study of the relationships 
between the qovernment and the 
petroleum industry in selected 
foreiqn countries: Japan. [Jan. 
22, 1975] 37 p. Niksch, Larry. 
Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 9«th Cong., 1st 
sess. 






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Government and business— [ Netherlands ] 
A study of the relationships 
fcetweer the government and the 
petrcleum industry in selected 
foreiqn countries: the Netherlands. 
THar. 10, 1S75] 33 p. Lampson, 
Edward. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 9Uth Cong., 1st 
sess. 



Jovernment and business — [West Germany] 
A study of the relationships 
between the qovernment and the 
petroleum industry in selected 
foreiqn countries: the Federal 
Republic of Germany. [Hay 7, 1975] 
99 p. Lampson, Edward. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 9uth Conq., 1st 
sess. 



Government-assisted loans 

see Federally-assisted loans 



Political activities by 
congressional employees. June 13, 
197U. 46 p. Revised Apr. 11, 
1975. 53 p. Burdette, Robert. 
Haskell, Jack. 

Hultilith 75-122 A [566/103 S] 
Revision of Hultilith 7U-122 A 
[5U2/103], 



Study of proposals to amend 
present Federal laws dealing with 
political activity by executive 
agency employees. Har. 20, 1975. 
31 p. Fiori, Patricia. 



Government employees* political 
activities — [O.S. 1 — Legal cases 
Political activities by 
congressional employees. June 13, 
197ii. 06 p. Revised Apr. 11, 
1975. 53 p. Burdette, Robert. 
Haskell, Jack. 

Hultilith 75-122 A [566/103 R] 
Revision of Hultilith 7U-122 A 
[5*2/103]. 



Government corporations — [Italy ] 

A study of the relationships 
between the government and the 
petrcleum industry in selected 
foreiqn countries: Italy. [Jan. 
15, 1975] 9 p. Hark, Clyde. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 9Uth Cong., 1st 
sess. 



Government employees' political 
activities— [O.S. ]— State laws 

State laws and regulations 
restricting the political 
activities of state employees: the 
so-called "little Hatch Acts." Hay 
29, 1975. 161 p. Zaritsky, Howard. 
Hultilith 75-13U A [568/103] 



Government expenditures 

see Federal receipts and expenditures 
Government spending 



Government documents 

see Government publications 



Government employees 

see Employee-management relations in 
government 
Federal employees 
Federal officials 
Loyaltv-security program 
Public service employment 



Government employees' political 
activities — [D.S.I— Law and legislation 
Exemptions from the Hatch Act 
prohibition aqainst takinq an 
active part in political campaiqns. 

Nov. 12, 197U. 22, 11 p. Fiori, 
Patricia. 



The Hatch Act proscription 
aqainst participation by state and 
Federal employees in political 
manaqement and political campaiqns: 
a leqislative history. Feb. 5, 
1973. 6U p. Revised June 3, 197U. 

68 p. Second revision Feb. 5, 
1975. 71 p. Yadlosky, Elizabeth. 
Bird, tavid. Fiori, Patricia, rev. 
Hultilith 75-31 A [561/103R] 
Supersedes Hultiliths 7tt-13«i A 
[5U6/103] and 73-53 A. 

An excerpt appears in O.S. 
Conqress. Senate. Committee on 
Post Office and civil Service. 
Federal employees' political 
activities. Hearinqs, 9«th 
Conq., 1st sess. 1975. p. «1-«2 



Government information 

see also Executive privilege 
Official secrets 



Government inf ormation— [ 0. S. ]— Law and 
leqislation 

Legislative history of tax return 
confidentiality: section 6103 of 
the Internal Revenue Code of 195« 
and its predecessors. Dec. tt, 
197a. 235 p. Zaritsky, Howard. 
Hultilith 7U-211 A [557/275] 



Government insurance — [ 0. S. ] 

Some aspects of Federal 
borrowinq: the activities of 
Federal off-budget agencies, 
government sponsored agencies, and 
federally guaranteed borrowing. 
Oct. u, 197tt. 17 p. Hitrisin, 
John. 



Government investigations 

see Independent regulatory commissions 



Jovemment lending — [O.S.] 

Federal grant-in-aid programs 
which provide construction grants 
directly to public and private 
nonprofit institutions and 
agencies. Hay 9, 1975. 11 p. 
Haffei, Barbara. 






72-526 O - 76 



124 



Government lending — r O.S. "I — History 
The criqins, oblectives, and 
accomplishments of the Civilian 
Conservation Corps (CCC) , the 
Public Works Administration (FWA) , 
the Works Prcqress Administration 
(WPA) , the National Youth 
Administration (NIA) , and the 
Reconstruction Finance Corporation 
(RFC) . Feb. 7, 1975. 8 p. 
Sheridan, Peter. 

Appears also in the 
Conqressicnal record f daily ed. ] 
v. 121, War. U, 1975: E869-E870. 



Government publications — (O.S. ] — 
Directories 

where to qet publications from 
the executive and independent 
agencies: a directory of the 
sources for official documents. 
Revised Hay 15, 1975. 105 p. 
Goodrum, Charles. Kolberg, Judith, 
rev. Piatt, Suzy, rev. Gwinn, 
Nancy, rev. 

Revision issued as Hultilith 75- 
135 CR. 



Government officials 

see Conflict of interests 

Fmployee-manaqement relations ii 

qcvernment 
Federal employees 
Federal officials 
Loyalty-security proqram 



Government publicity — (O.S.] 

Congressional liaison offices of 
the executive departments and 
selected independent agencies. 
June 26, 1973. 9 p. Revised Nay 
9, 1975. 27 p. Barry, Rozanne. 
Blakely, James, rev. 

Hultilith 7U-222 CR 

Revision of Hultilith 73-122 CR. 



Government-owned corporations 
see Government corporations 



Government records 
see Public records 



Government ownership — (O.S.I 

A comparison of privately-owned 
and publicly-owned electric 
utilities in the Onited States. 
Hay 19, 1975. 11 p. Lancaster, 
Angela. 



Government regulation--( O.S. ] — Law and 
legislation 

Inspection practices of 
regulatory agencies and 
administrative departments. June 
3, 1975. 56 p. Kaiser, Frederick. 
HcGrath, James. 



Government planninq 
see Economic policy 
Social policy 



Government reorganization 

see Executive reorganization 



Government price control 
see Price regulation 



Government secrecy 

see Government information 
Official secrets 



Government procurement 

see also Defense procurement 
Public contracts 



Government procurement — (O.S.I 

Competitive problems in the druq 
industry: Federal drug procurement 
and purchase policies; summary and 
analysis. Dec. 2, 197«. 56 p. 
Harkus, Glenn. Ebeler, Jack. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Select Committee on Small 
Business, Subcommittee on 
Honopoly, 93d Conq., 2d sess. 



Government securities — (O.S. ] 

The Federal Financing Eank — its 
role and functions. June 25, 1975, 
27 p. Hitrisin, John. 
Hultilith 75-152 E 



Some aspects of Federal 
borrowing: the activities of 
Federal off-budget agencies, 
government sponsored agencies, and 
federally guaranteed borrowing. 
Oct. u, 197tt. 17 p. Hitrisin, 
John. 



Government publications 

see also Congressional record 



Government publications--( O.S. ] — 
Biblioqraphy 

Workinq tools for conqressicnal 
offices: an annotated selection of 
publications and services useful to 
Hembers of Ccnqress and their 
staffs. Pevised Dec. 197«. 26 p. 
Barry, Rozanne, rev. Goodrum, 
Charles. 

Revision issued as Hultilith 7U- 
221 CR. 



Government spending 

see also Appropriations 

Executive impoundment of 

appropriated funds 
Federal receipts and 

expenditures 
Public works 



Government spending — (O.S.] 

1975 budget: alternatives and 
analyses. Apr. 15, 1S75. 192 p. 
Farb, Warren. 

Issued by the Senate and Rouse 
Committees on the Budget. 

Warren Farb was a member of the 
working group preparing the study. 



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Government spending — ftJ.S.l (Con*.) 

An analysis of the President's 
budqet messaqe of November 26, 
197U. Dec. 2, 1970. 5 p. Schick, 
Mien. 

Appears in the Conqressional 
record fdaily ed. ] v. 120, Cec. 
10, 1970: R11550-H11558. 



Governors — [ 0. S. ]--Directcries 

The GoTemors and lieutenant 
Governors of the states and other 
jurisdictions. Revised Jan. 29, 
1975. o p. Smith, Dale. Dell, 
Kathleen, rev. Collins, Sarah, rev. 
Revision issued as Hultilith 75- 
22 CR. 



Eudoet controllability: trends, 
issues, and alternatives. Jan. 10, 
1975. 14 p. Eraden, John. 



Issues in the growth of Federal 
spendinq for income maintenance. 
June 30, 1975. 23 p. Braden, 
John. Perchik, Tina. 



National debt of the United 
States: historical survey and 
analysis. Revised Sept. 27, 1974. 
69 p. Brite, Georqe. Braden, 
John, rev. 

Revision issued as Hultilith 70- 

172 E 



Potential inflationary impact of 
S. 425-- H.R. 11500. Nov. 15, 1970. 

5 p. Whiteman, David. Canaday, 
Henry. 

Appears also in the 
Conqressional record fdaily ed. 1 
v. 120, Dec. 16, 1970: S21615- 
S21616. 



International food reserves: 
background and current proposals. 
Oct. 1970. 138 p. Bayer, Leo. 
Sherman, Harvey. Hontague, flarion. 
Baker, Janice. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Foreign 
Affairs, Subcommittee on 
International Organizations and 
Hovements, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



Grain — [0. S. ] 

Grain stockpiles and commodity 
reserves. June 11, 1S75. 3 p. 
Hayer, Leo. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed.] v. 121, June 
17, 1975: E3206-E3208. 



Grants 

see Subsidies 



Government spendinq — [ U.S. 1 — Statistics 
fCost per taxpayinq family of 
selected authorizations and 
appropriations. July 18, 1970] 1 
p. Braden, John. 

Appears in the Conqressional 
record really ed.] v. 121, Bar. 
10, 1975: S3085. 



Government trust funds — f 0. S. 1 

Issues in the growth of Federal 
spendinq for income maintenance. 
Jure 30, 1975. 23 p. Braden, 
John. Perchik, Tina. 



Governors--[ New York/State] 

Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller 
and the Attica rebellion: an 
analysis. Sept. 23, 1970. 05 p. 
Hoore, Charlotte. 

Appears in D.S. Conqress. 
Senate. Ccmmittee on Rules and 
Administration. Nomination cf 
Nelson A. Rockefeller cf New York 
tc be vice President of the 
United States. Hearinqs, 93d 
Conq., 2d sess. 1974. p. 1351- 
1395. 

Selected issues and the positions 
of Nelson A. Rockefeller, nominee 
for Vice President of the United 
States: an analysis. Nov. 1970. 
130 p. Congressional Research 
Service. 

Issued as a committee print. 

House Committee on the Judiciary, 

93d Conq. , 2d sess. 



Grants-in-aid 

see also Federal aid tc education 
Federal aid to hospitals 
Federal aid tc housing 
Federal aid to law 

enforcement agencies 
Federal aid tc medical 

education 
Federal aid to the arts and 

humanities 
Local finance 
State aid to private schools 



Grants-in-aid--[U.S. ] 

Federal grant-in-aid programs 
which provide construction grants 
directly to public and private 
nonprofit institutions and 
agencies. Bay 9, 1975. 11 p. 
Haffei, Barbara. 



t Lakes 

U, S. -Can adian Great Lakes Water 
Quality agreement. Jan. 28, 1975. 
15 p. Becker, S. William. 



Green Revolution 

see Agricultural innovations 



Gross national product — [U.S.] 

Comparison of U.S. Government 
budget data on the unified budget 
concept and Federal funds basis, 
fiscal years 1950-1976, and 
national defense function outlays 
related to total budget outlays and 
to gross national product (GNP) , 
fiscal years 1900-1976. Feb. 13, 
1970. 8 p. Revised Feb. 7, 1975. 
7 p. Braden, John. 

Bultilith 75-37 E 

Revision of Bultilith 70-37 E 



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Gross national product — fO.S.] (Cont.) 
National debt of the Onited 
States: historical survey and 
analysis. Revised Sept. 27, 1S7tt. 
69 p. Brite, George. Braden, 
John, rev. 

Revision issued as Hultilith 7a- 
172 E 



lealth care 
see Bedical care 



Health facilities 
see Hospitals 

Hental care facilities 
Nursing hones 



Juaranteed annual income 
see Public assistance programs 



Health insurance 

see also Hedical care 
Medicare 



Gun contrcl 

see Firearms control 



Gun Control Act 

Gun Contrcl Act of 1968: digest 
of malor provisions, P.L. 90-618, 
90th Congress, H.R, 17735, October 
22, 1«68. Oct. 29, 1968. 16 p. 
Revised Jan. 30, 1969. 12 p. 
Second revision June 19, 1975. 12 
p. Hogan, Harry. 

Hultilith 75- 15a ED 

Supersedes Hultilith ED 323 R. 



Hallucinogenic drugs 
see Marihuana 



Handicapped 

see also Old aqe, survivors and 
disability insurance 
Public assistance programs 
Vocational rehabilitation 



Handicapped — [ 0. S. 1 — Statistics 

Key facts on the handicapped. 
Apr. 1, 1975. 32 p. Klebe, Edward. 
Hultilith 75-16 ED 



Health insurance — [O.S.] 

Hospital reimbursement. Sept. 9, 
1974. 16 p. Harkus, Glenn. 
Hultilith 74-161 ED 



An overview of physician payment 
methods in the Dnited States. Oct. 
31, 197U. 15 p. Hoyer, Robert. 
Hultilith 74-194 ID 



Health insurance — [U.S.] — law and 
legislation 

Health insurance and the 
unemployed. Bar. 7, 1975. 32 p. 
Harkus, Glenn. O'Sullivan, 
Jennifer. Hoyer, Robert. Kline, 
Janet. Cavalier, Kay. Eteler, 
Jack. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Finance, 94th 
Cong., 1st sess. 

The health section of Education 
and Public welfare Division 
provided extensive assistance to 
the staff. 

A <m page version was issued as 
a committee print by the House 
Committee on Interstate and 
Foreign Commerce, 94th Cong., 1st 
sess. 



Hatch Act 

Exemptions from the Hatch Act 
prohibition against taking an 
active part in political campaigns, 
Nov. 12, 197U. 32, 11 p. Fiori, 
Patricia. 



The Hatch Act p 

against participa 

Federal employees 

management and po 

a legislative his 

1973. 6a p. Rev 

68 p. Second re 

1975. 71 p. Tad 

Bird, David. Fio 

Hultilith 75 

Supersedes Hu 

f546/103l and 7 

An exceipt ap 

Congress. Sena 

Post Office and 

Federal employe 

activities. He 

Cong. , 1st sess 



roscription 

tion by state and 

in political 
litical campaigns: 
tory. Feb. 5, 
ised June 3, 197a. 
vision Feb. 5, 
losky, Elizabeth, 
ri, Patricia, rev. 
31 A r561/103FT 
ltiliths 7«-13a A 
3-53 A. 
pears in O.S. 
te. Committee on 

Civil Service, 
as' political 
arings, 94th 

1975. p. 41-42 



Summary of testimony presented at 
public hearings on health insurance 
for the unemployed and related 
legislation. Har. 21, 1975. 23 p. 
O'Sullivan, Jennifer. Cavalier, 
Kay. Price, Richard. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Hays and 
Heans, Subcommittee on Health, 
9ath Cong., 1st sess. 

CRS assisted the staff in the 
preparation of the committee 
print. 



Health insurance — (O.S. 1--Statistics 
Key facts about private health 
insurance. Revised Feb. 26, 1975. 
6 p. Harkus, Glenn. Floren, 
Terry, rev. Price, Richard, rev. 

Revision issued as Hultilith 75- 
62 ED. 



Health insurance for the aged 
see Medicare 



Study of proposals to amend 
present Federal laws dealing with 
political activity by executive 
agency employees. Har. 20, 1975. 
31 p. Fioti, Patricia. 



Health of workers 

see Occupational health and safety 









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Health planning — [C.S.I — Law and 
legislation 

National Health Planning and 
Resources Development Act of 197a, 
P.L. 93-6«1. Feb. 2a, 1975. 57 p. 
O'Sullivan, Jennifer. 
Hultilith 75-58 ED 



Hospitals— [U.S. ] 

Hospital reimbursement. Sept. 9, 
197a. 16 p. flarkus, Glenn. 
Hultilith 7U-161 ED 



louse committees 
see Congressional committees (House) 



Health policy 

see Hedical policy 



House leadership 

see Congressional party organization 



Herbicides 

Chemical and biological warfare: 
issues and developments during 
197a. Jan. 2, 1975. 105 p. 
BcCullouqh, James. 

Hultilith 75-13 SP 



House of Representatives 

see also House rules and procedure 
Hembers of Congress 
Members of Congress (House) 
Terms beginning with the 
word Congressional 



Hiqhway accidents and safety 

see Traffic accidents and safety 



History 
see also 



Chronology 
Co up s d • et at 
Treaties 

Subdivision History under 
specific topics 



History — r American Samoa! 

American Samoa: a descriptive and 
historical profile. Oct. 8, 1S7U. 
83 p. Tansill, William. 
Hultilith 7U-233 GGR 



House of Representatives — Bibliography 
The Dnited States House of 
Representatives: a select annotated 
bibliography. Mar. 6, 1975. 36 p. 
Fundquist, Paul. 

Hultilith 75-69 GGR 



House of Representatives — History 
A compendium of records and 
firsts of the United States House 
of Representatives. Apr. 3, 1975. 
100 p. Stathis, Stephen. 
Sheridan, Peter. 

Hultilith 75-96 GGR 



History— fO.S. 1 

see American Revolution 
New Deal 
State histcry 



Home ownership — [D.S.I 

Availability of homes for middle- 
income families. Feb. 13, 1975. 
21 p. Farb, Barren. 
Hultilith 75-«3 E 



House rules and procedure 

see also Senate rules and procedure 



Co-sponsorship of tills and 
resolutions in the House of 
Representatives. Nov. 1U, 1968. 
p. Revised Dec. 6, 157a. 5 p. 
Dalrymple, Helen. Pauls, 
Frederick, rev. 

Hultilith 7a-219 GGR 

Supersedes Hultilith GGR 188. 



Home rule for Washington, D.C. 

see Hur.icipal home rule — [District of 
Columbia] 



House consideration of nongermane 
Senate amendments. Bar. 18, 1975. 
8 p. Oleszek, Baiter. 
Hultilith 75-81 GGR 



Hoover, Herbert Clark. 

Resolutions to impeach, or tc 
investigate the possibility of 
impeaching a President of the 
United States. July 8, 197a. 17 
p. Stathis, Stephen. 



Limitations on time for debate 
under the rules and precedents of 
the House of Representatives. Jan. 
12, 1971. 16 p. Revised Dec. 12, 
1972. 17 p. Second revision Dec. 
a, 197a. 17 p. Kravitz, Walter. 
Pauls, Frederick, rev. 
Hultilith 7a-2ia GGR 
Supersedes Hultiliths 72-255 

GGR and 71-26 S. 



Hospital insurance for the aged 
see Hedicare 



Hospitals 

see also Federal aid to hospitals 
Nursinq hcies 
Veterans' hospitals 



A short history of the 
development of the House Committee 
on Rules. Bar. 8, 1968. 13 p. 
Revised Feb. 17, 1969. 17 p. 
Second revision June 18, 1975. 35 
p. Kravitz, Walter. Cleszek, 
Walter, rev. 

Hultilith 75-ia8 GGR 
Supersedes Hultiliths GGR 205 
and GGR 156. 

GGR 156 appears also in the 
Congressional record [daily ed. } 
v. 11a, Sept. 26, 1968: B82U9- 
E8251. 



128 



House rales and procedure (Cont.) 
Voting in the House of 
Representatives when resolved into 
the Committee of the Whole. Jan. 
13, 1971. 3 p. Revised Dec. 15, 
1972. 3 p. Second revision tec. 
5, 1974. 3 p. Fisher, Louis. 
German, Joseph, rev. Huckabee, 
David, rev. 

Hultilith 7U-216 GGR 
Supersedes nultiliths 72-270 
GGR and 72-30 GGF. 



Housinq 

see Federal aid to housinq 
Hone ownership 
Housinq for the aqed 
Low-income housinq 
Mobile hones 
Public housinq 
Rural housinq 



Housing policy — [O.S.] 

The Housing and Community 
Development Act of 1974 (Public Lai 
93-383): summary and analysis. 
Sept. 16, 1970. 76 p. Schussheim, 
Horton. Parente, Francis. Farb, 
Barren. Berlin, Barry. Katz, 
Jane. Wellons, Richard. 
Hultilith 7U-167 E 



Hunan experimentation in medicine — 
f O.S.I — Law and legislation 

Federal regulation of human 
experimentation. Hay 1975. 256 p. 
Quimby, Freeman. HcKenzie, Susan. 
Chapman, Cynthia. 

Issued as a committee print, 
Senate Committee on Labor and 
Public Welfare, 94th Cong., 1st 
sess. 



Housinq Act 

Overview of the "701" 
comprehensive planning assistance 
proqram, 1954-1974. Feb. 11, 1975. 
30 p. Wellborn, Clay. 



Hunger — [0. s. 1 

Hunger and malnutrition in the 
United States: how much? Hay 1, 
1975. 22 p. Quimby, Freeman. 
Hultilith 75-100 SF 



Housing and Community Development Act 
The Housinq and Community 
Development Act of 197U (Public Lai 
93-383): summary and analysis. 
Sept. 16, 197a. 76 p. Schussheim, 
Hortcn. Parente, Francis. Farb, 
Warren. Berlin, Barry. Katz, 
Jane. Wellons, Richard. 
Hultilith 74-167 E 



Overview of the "701" 
comprehensive planning assistance 
program, 1954-1974. Feb. 11, 1975. 
30 p. Wellborn, Clay. 



Hydrogen as fuel — Research 

The hydrogen economy. Har. 20, 
1975. 28 p. Chatham, George. 
Segal, Higdon. 

Hultilith 75-106 SP 



Immigration and Nationality Act 

Immigration and nationality 
legislation enacted 1962-197U. Hay 
4, 1972. 24 p. Revised Jan. 29, 
1975. 25 p. Vialet, Joyce. 
Hultilith 75-25 EC 
Revision of Hultilith 72-115 ED. 



Housing and Urban Development Act 
(Proposed) 

Administration of NEPA at the 
state and local levels as proposed 
in section 104 of the Housing and 
Orfcan Development Act of 1971 (H.R. 
15361) . July 3, 1974. 3 p. 
Curlin, James. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record f daily ed. 1 v. 120, Aug. 
13, 1974: S14885-S14888. 



Housinq for the aqed 

see also Nursing hcies 



Immiqration law — [O.S.] 

Illegal aliens: existing 
legislation and legislative action 
in the 92nd and 93rd Congresses. 
Jan. 31, 1975. 28 p. Vialet, 
Joyce. 

Hultilith 75-28 ID 



Immigration and nationality 
legislation enacted 1962-1974. Hay 
4, 1972. 24 p. Revised Jan. 29, 
1975. 25 p. Vialet, Joyce. 

Hultilith 75-25 ED 

Revision of Hultilith 72-115 ED. 



Housinq for the aqed — [O.S.I — Law and 
leqislation 

Leqislaticn in the 93rd Conqress 
relatinq to the elderly: enacted 
and introduced. Revised Feb. 4, 
1975. 20 p. Taqer, Evelyn. 

Revision issued as Hultilith 75- 
30 ID. 



Immigration law--[0.S.] — Legal cases 
Cases relating to subversive 
activities appealed to the Suprei 
Court of the Onited States. Apr. 
1, 1968. 135 p. Sept. 12, 1974. 
118, 6 p. Celada, Raymond. Dal« 
Charles. 

Hultilith 74-165 A [548/272] 
Revision of Hultilith A 233 
[433/272] 



Housing policy 

see also Federal aid to housing 



Immunities of Members of Congress 
see Congressional privileges and 
immunities 



129 



Impacted area programs — Legislative 
histories 

Legislative history — House of 
Representatives floor consideration 
of H.P. 69, the Elementary and 
Secondary Education Amendments of 
1970. July 8, 1970. 51 e. 
Piddle, Wayne. 

Hultilith 70-135 ED 



Income tax 

see Business income tai 
Capital gains tax 
Excess profits tax 
Personal income tax 
Taxation of foreign income 



Income tax reform 
see Tax reform 



Impeachments — [O.S. ] 

Impeachment and conviction 
following resignation of office. 
Sept. 16, 197a. 19 p. Poling, 
Robert. 



Independent regulatory commissions 
Independent regulatory 
commissions: an overview. Dec, 
1970. 36 p. Hoe, Ronald. 
Hultilith 75-2 GGP 



Impeachments — [O.S. 1 — History 

Resolutions to impeach, or to 
investigate the possibility of 
impeaching a President of the 
United States. July 8, 1970. 17 
p. Stathis, Stephen. 



Law and procedures regarding 
major new route proceedings before 
the Civil Aeronautics Board. Feb. 
3, 1975. 79 p. Glass, Stuart. 



Import restrictions 

see also Export controls 
Tariff 



Independent regulatory commissions — 

Bibliography 

Independent regulatory agencies 
of the Federal Government: a 
selected bibliography. July 26, 
197*. 12 p. Knight, Edward. 



Import restrictions — [0.S.1 

0. S. eneray policy: the minimum 
import price of oil. Hay 16, 1975, 
7 p. Riefman, Alfred. 
Hultilith 75-129 S 



Imports — f 0. S. 1 

An analysis of the impact of the 
increase in the Jamaican bauxite 
tax on the price of aluminum 
products in the Onited States. 
Julv 16, 197U. 12, 5 p. Gravelle, 
Jane. 

Appears also in a committee 
print. Senate Committee on 
Government Operations, Permanent 
Subcommittee on Investigations. 
Haterials shortages: aluminum. 
1970. p. 39-06. 



Haterials shortages: resources 
and shortages: an economic 
interpretation. Sept. 1970. 31 i 
Dunn, LeRoy. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Cperations, Permanent 
Subcommittee on Investigations, 
93d Cong., 2d sess. 



Impoundment of appropriated funds 
see Executive impoundment cf 
appropriated funds 



Income maintenance piograms 

see also Public assistance programs 
Social security 
Unemployment insurance 
Veterans' disability 
compensation 



Income maintenance programs — [U.S.] 

Issues in the growth of Federal 
spending for income maintenance. 
June 30, 1975. 23 p. Braden, 
Jchn. Perchik, Tina. 



Indian affairs legislation — [O.S.] 
Selected Indian affairs 
legislation enacted or considered 
by the 93rd Congress. Har. 6, 
1975. 126 p. Jones, Richard. 
Hultilith 75-68 GGR 



Indian claims — (Alaska] — Legal cases 
Edwardsen v. Hortor and 
extinguishment of Indian claims 
under the Alaska Native Claims 
Settlement Act. June 11, 1975. 13 
p. Ehlke, Richard. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs. Amendments 
to Alaska Native Claims 
Settlement Act. Hearings, 9uth 
Cong., 1st sess. Part 2. 1975. 
p. 168-180. 



Indian lands — [O.S.] — Law and legislation 
Background report on Public Law 
280. [Har. 18, 1975] 09 p. 
Ackerman, David. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 90th Cong. , 1st 
sess. 



Indians — [O.S. ] 
Agency re 
Congression 
regarding I 
activities, 
p. Jones, 
Appears 
Senate Co 
Insular A 
in the On 
report on 
effort in 
selected 
057-636. 



sponses pursuant to 
al Research reguest 
ndian housing 

[Dec. 12, 1970] 180 
Richard, 
in a committee print, 
mmittee on Interior and 
ffairs. Indian housing 
ited States; a staff 
the Indian housing 
the Onited States with 
appendixes. 1975. p. 



130 



Indians— [ C.S. 1 (Cont. ) 

Federal programs of assistance to 
American Indians. Apr. 25, 1975. 
259 p. Jones, Richard, 
nultilith 75-110 GGR 



Industrial arbitration 

see Collective bargaining 



Inflation— [O.S. ] 

Administration' s energy tax 

proposals and related measures. 

Jan. 23, 1975. p. Kuiins, 

Lawrence. 

Appears in Rouse report no. 90- 
65, Committee on Interstate and 
Foreign Commerce. Congressional 
review of Presidential decisions 
to remove existing allocation and 
pricing controls of petroleum 
products. 1975. p. 23-26. 



Industrial org 
Bibliography 

The ene 
and publi 
106 p. J 
Valerie. 
Jane. Ho 
Dariel. 
Issue 
Senate 
Insular 

SUbCOBB 

Operati 

Sever 

Conqres 

v. 120, 



anization — [ O.S. ] — 

rgy industry: organization 
c policy. ["Oct. 1 1970. 
ones, Douqlas. Amerkhail, 
Beard, Daniel. Gravelle, 
ward, Richard. Zafren, 

d as a committee print, 
Cormittee on Interior and 

Affairs, Special 
ittee en Integrated Oil 
ons, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 
al tables appear in the 
sional record [daily ed. ] 

Feb. 18, 1970: S1761. 



Industrial priorities--[ O.S. 1 

Policy options for the economy at 
■id-197U: statements of selected 
economists. Sept. 6, 1970. 35 p. 
Braden, John. 



Industrial promotion — [O.S. 1 — Directories 
Sources of information en the 
states. Nov. 20, 1968. 12 p. 
Revised Sept. 22, 1971. 22 p. 
Second revision Apr. 15, 1975. 22 
p. Kellogg, Hargaret. Sheeder, 
Donna, rev. HcCay, Lynne, rev. 
nultilith 75-112 CR 
Supersedes Hultiliths 71-213 CR 
and CR 116. 



Econcmic policy and 
the Onited States: a 
developments from the 
the Employment Act of 
1974. Apr. 7, 1975. 
Knight, Edward. 

Issued as a joint 
print. Joint Econom 
90th Cong., 1st ses 
no. 2 in its series 
Price Stability and 
Growth." 



inflation in 
survey of 
enactment of 
19U6 through 
101 p. 

committee 
ic Committee, 
s., as paper 

"Studies in 

Economic 



The effect of inflation on the 
low income consumer. Aug. 29, 
1973. 9 p. Revised Rov. 20, 1970. 
11 p. Oseem, Howard, 
nultilith 70-203 E 
Revision of nultilith 70-158 E. 



Financial impact of oil pricing 
policies. Oct. 3, 1970. p. 
Kumins, Lawrence. 

Appears also in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Commerce. 
Natural Gas Production and 
Conservation Act of 1970. 
Hearings, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 
1970. p. 289-291. 



Policy options for the economy at 
mid-1970: statements of selected 
economists. Sept. 6, 1970. 35 p. 
Braden, John. 



Industrial relations 

see Collective bargaining 

Employees" representation in 

management 
Labor law and legislation 



Industrial safety 

see Occupational health and safety 



Potential inflationary impact of 
S. 025— H.R. 11500. Hov. 15, 1970. 

5 p. Hhiteman, David. Canaday, 
Henry. 

Appears also in the 
Congressional record [daily ed. ] 
v. 120, Dec. 16, 1970: S21615- 
S21616. 



Inflation 

see also Price regulation 
Wage-price policy 



Inflation— [O.S. ]— Bibliography 

Government policy relating to 
wages and prices, 1970-1975: a 
selected bibliography. Feb. 27, 
1975. 10 p. Chin, Felix. Knight, 
Edward. 

nultilith 75-65 L 



Inflation — [Foreiqnl — Eibliography 

Government policy relating to 
waqes and prices, 1970-1975: a 
selected biblicqraphy. Feb. 27, 
1975. 10 p. Chin, Felix. Knight 
Edward. 

nultilith 75-65 L 



Information networks — [O.S.] 

Automation and the Congressional 
Research Service. Feb. O, 1970. 
[17] p. Revised Har. 1, 1970. 17 
p. Second revision nar. 1, 1975. 
17 p. Goodrum, Charles, 
nultilith 75-61 C 
Supersedes Hultiliths 70-63 D 
and 70-27 D. 



131 



Informa+ion services 

see also Congressional information 
resources 
Information storage and 

retrieval systems 
Legislative reference 
services 



Information services — [U.S. 1 — Directories 
Sources of information en the 
states. Nov. 20, 1968. 12 p. 
Pevised Sept. 22, 1971. 22 p. 
Second revision Apr. 15, 1975. 22 
p. Kellcoq, Harqaret. Sheeder, 
Donna, rev. HcCav, Lvnne, rev. 
Hultilith 75-112 CF 
Supersedes Hultiliths 71-213 CR 
and CP 116. 



Intelligence services 
see also Espionage 



Intelligence servi 
Bibliography 

Soviet inte 

services; vol 

and 1972: a s 

of Soviet pub 

additional ti 

sources. [ Ju 

Foreign Affai 

Issued as 

Senate Comm 

Judiciary, 

Investigate 

the Interna 

Other Inter 

9Uth Cong., 



ces— [O.S.S.B. ] — 

lligence and security 
ume IT — covering 1971 
elected bibliography 
lications nith some 
ties from other 
ne] 1975. 3U5 p. 
rs rivision. 

a committee print, 
ittee on the 
Subcommittee to 

the Administration of 
1 Security Act and 
nal Security Laws, 

1st sess. 






Information stcrage and retrieval systems 
see also Electronic data processing 



Information storage ard retrieval 
systems — [ 0. S. 1 

Automation and the Congressional 
Research Service. Feb. u, 197U. 
r 17 1 p. Revised liar. 1, 197U. 17 
p. Second revision. Bar. 1, 1975. 
17 p. Goodrum, Charles. 
Hultilith 75-61 D 
Supersedes Hultiliths 7U-63 D 
and 7C-27 D. 



The legislator as user of 
information technology. Auq. 20, 
1973. 20 p. Revised nay 1, 1975. 
25 p. Chartrand, Robert. 

Hultilith 75-77 SP 

Revision of Hultilith 73-130 SP 



Information storaqe and retrieval 
systems — [U.S. 1--Biblicqraphy 

Computer support of congressional 
operations — selected references. 
Revised Feb. 15, 1975. 7 p. 
Chartrand, Robert. Emard, Jean 
Paul. 

Revision issued as Hultilith 75- 
67 SP. 



Instructional materials 
see Teaching materials 



Insurance 

see Automobile insurance 
Health insurance 
Liability insurance 
Hedicare 
Unemployment insurance 



Insurgency 

see Internal security 

Subversive activities 



Inteoraticn in education 

see Deseoreqation in education 



Intelligence services — [O.S.] 

Reported foreign and domestic 
covert activities of the United 
States Central Intelligence Agency: 
1950-197U. Feb. 18, 1975. 13 p. 
Grimmett, Richard. 

Hultilith 75-50 F 



Intelligence services — [O.S. ] — Finance 
Fund restriction on foreign 
covert operations of the C.I. A. not 
strictly limited to intelligence 
gathering activities. Har. 18, 
1975. 17 p. Celada, Raymond. 



Intelligence services — [O.S. ] — 
Legislative histories 

Legislative history of the 
Central Intellioence Agency as 
documented in published 
congressional sources. Jan. 8, 
1975. 307 p. Williams, Grover. 
Hultilith 75-5 A [558/11U] 



Inter-American Development Bank. 

The multilateral development 
banks and the suspension of lending 
to Allende's Chile. Dec. 13, 197U. 
51 p. Sanford, Jonathan. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
House. Committee on Foreign 
Affairs, Subcommittee on Inter- 
American Affairs. United States 
and chile during the Allende 
years, 197C-1973. Hearings. 
197«. p. U17-U67. 



Interbasin transfers — [New Hexico] 

San Juan-Chama and Navajo Indian 
projects: related impacts in the 
San Juan River Basin. [June 12, 
1975] 6U p. Viessman, Barren. 
Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs. 
Subcommittee on Energy Research 
and Water Resources. San Juan- 
Chama project. Hearing, 9Uth 
Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 337- 

uoo. 



Intellectual freedom 

see Freedom of information 



72-526 O - 76 - 10 



132 



Intercontinental ballistic missiles — 

ro.s.i 

Strateqic nuclear delivery 
systems: hew many? what 
combinations? Oct. 7, 1974. 123 
p. Collins, John. Chwat, Jchn. 
Multilith 7a- 177 F 



Internal revenue law — [O.S.] — 
Legislative histories 

Legislative history of tax return 
confidentiality: section 6103 of 
the Internal Revenue Code of 195a 
and its predecessors. Dec. D, 
197a. 235 p. Zaritsky, Howard. 
Multilith 7a-211 A [557/275] 



Interest rates — r O.S.I 

Flexible irterest rate notes: a 
review of public policy questions 
raised by the July 197U Citicorp 
offerirq. July 29, 197a. 9 p. 
Wells, F. Jean. 

Multilith 74-145 E 



The Tax Reduction Act of 1975, 
P.L. 9U-12, (H.R. 2166): the 
legislative development of each 
provision, including those items 
not adopted. Apr. 11, 1975. 58 p. 

Drake, Susan. Gravelle, Jane. 
Kohnen, Harold. 

Multilith 75-108 E 



Interest rates — r 0.S.1 — Law and 
legislation 

Implications of a national 

interest ceiling on the O.S. 

economy. Nov. 27, 197U. 13 p. 

Farb, Warren. Wells, F. Jean. 



Internal security 

see also Loyalty-security program 
Loyalty oaths 
Subversive activities 



Intergovernmental fiscal relations 
see also Grants-in-aid 

Revenue sharing 



Intergovernmental fiscal relations — 
ro.S. 1 — Bibliography 

Fiscal viability of state and 
local governments today: a 
bibliographic essay. Mar. 6, 1975. 
16 p. Rymarowicz, Lillian. 



Internal security — [O.S.] — Law and 

legislation 

Current standing of laws 
affecting electoral status of 
subversive organizations and 
persons. July 8, 197a. 12 p. 
Celada, Raymond. 



International agencies 

see also International cooperation 
International organization 
Names of specific agencies 
or organizations 



Intergovernmental relations — ("O.S. ]- 

Biblioqraphy 

State and local governments: 
management capabilities and 
accountability: an annotated 
bibliography. Jan. 30, 1975. 
p. Osboum, Sandra. 



Internal revenue--f 0. S. 1 

National debt of the Onited 
States: historical survey and 
analysis. Revised Sept. 27, 197a. 
69 p. Brite, George. Braden, 
John, rev. 

Revision issued as Multilith 74- 
172 E 



The multilateral development 
banks and the suspension of lending 
to Allende's Chile. Dec. 13, 197a. 
51 p. Sanford, Jonathan. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
House. Committee en Foreign 
Affairs, Subcommittee en Inter- 
American Affairs. Onited States 
and Chile during the Allende 
years, 1970-1973. Hearings. 
197a. p. ai7-a67. 



O.P. E.C. : organization of the 
petroleum exporting countries, 
background, review and analysis. 
Oct. 2U, 197a. 35 p. Scuka, Dario. 
Multilith 74-189 E 



Treasury tax and loan accounts. 
Apr. 11, 1975. 16 p. Smale, 
Pauline. Wells, F. Jean. 



Internal revenue — fO.S. 1 — Statistics 
Oses and sources of Federal 
Government budqet funds (unified 
budqet concept and Federal funds 
basis), fiscal years, 1974-1S76. 
Feb. 22, 197a. 1a p. Revised Feb. 
ia, 1975. 13 p. Maffei, Bartara. 
Multilith 75-tt8 E 
Revision of Hultilith 7U-a7 E. 



Internal revenue law--f O.S.I 

Conqressicnal use of its money 
power to control foreiqn policy. 
Apr. 1, 1975. 28 p. Schick, Allen. 



Peaceful nuclear exports and 
weapons proliferation; a 
compendium. Apr. 1975. 1355 p. 
Donnelly, Warren. Rather, Barbara, 
Issued as a committee print, 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations, 9ath Ccnq., 1st sess, 

Warren Donnelly and Barbara 
Rather assisted the committee in 
the preparation of the report. 



Voluntary industrial standards in 
the Onited States; an overview of 
their evolution and significance 
for the Congress. July 197a. 122 
p. Donnelly, Warren. Gulick, 
Frances. Burt, John. 

Issued as a committee print. 

House Committee on Science and 

Astronautics, Subcommittee on 

Science, Research, and 

Development, 93d Cong. , 2d sess. 



133 



International agreements 
see Treaties 



International agricultural cooperation 
see also Agricultural assistance 



Preliminary bibliography on 1975- 
76 hiqh school debate topic: "what 
policy for the development and 
allocation of scarce world 
resources would best serve the 
interest of the people of the 
world." Har. 1975. 7 p. Morgan, 
Anne. 

Multilith 75-74 D 



The World Food Conference: 
implications for congressional 
action. Dec. 8, 197U. 15 p. 
Sherman, Harvey. 

Multilith 74-212 EP 
Appears also in the 
Congressional record [daily ed. 1 
v. 121, Feb. 27, 1975: S2786- 
S2789. 



International Bank for Reconstruction 
and Development. 

The multilateral development 
banks and the suspension of lending 
to Allende's Chile. Dec. 13, 1974. 
51 p. Sanford, Jonathan. 

Appears in 0. S. Congress. 
House. Committee on Foreign 
Affairs, Subcommittee on Inter- 
American Affairs. Onited States 
and Chile during the Allende 
years, 1970-1S73. Hearings. 
1974. p. 417-467. 



International banking 
see Petrodollars 



Preliminary bibliography on 1975- 
76 high school debate topic: "what 
policy for the development and 
allocation of scarce world 
resources would best serve the 
interest of the people of the 
world." Mar. 1975. 7 p. Morgan, 
Anne. 

Multilith 75-74 D 



International cooperation in astronautics 
International aspects of earth 
resources satellites. Aug. 2, 
1974. 18 p. Galloway, lilene. 
Appears in U.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on 
Aeronautical and Space Sciences. 
Earth resources satellites. 
Hearings, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 
197*. p. 264-281. 



International cooperation in science 

Voluntary industrial standards in 
the Onited States; an overview of 
their evolution and significance 
for the Congress. July 197U. 122 
p. Donnelly, Warren. Gulick, 
Frances. Burt, John. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Science and 
Astronautics, Subcommittee en 
Science, Research, and 
Development, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



International corporations 
see also Cartels 

Foreign investments 



U.S. policy in a changing world 
economy: foreign economic policies 
for the second half of the 
seventies. Nov. 11, 197a. 38 p. 
Reifman, Alfred. 

Multilith 7U-190 S 









International cartels 
see Cartels 



International control of atomic power 
Peaceful nuclear exports and 
weapons proliferation; a 
compendium. Apr. 1975. 1355 p. 
Donnelly, Warren. Rather, Barbara. 
Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Cperations, 94th Cong., 1st sess. 

Warren Donnelly and Barbara 
Rather assisted the committee in 
the preparation of the report. 



International cooperation 

see also European cooperation 

International agencies 
International organization 



The development and allocation of 
scarce world resources: selected 
excerpts and references relating to 
the national debate topics for high 
schools 1975-1976. May 1975. 399 
p. Morgan, Anne. Baker, Janice. 
Donnelly, Warren. Sherman, Harvey. 
Huqhes, Steve. 

Issued as Senate document no. 

94-45. 94th Cong., 1st ses~. 



International economic integration 

O.P.E.C.: organization of the 
petroleum exporting countries, 
background, review and analysis. 
Oct. 24, 1974. 35 p. Scuka, Dario. 
Multilith 74-189 E 



O.S. policy in a changing world 
economy: foreign economic policies 
for the second half of the 
seventies. Nov. 11, 1974. 38 p. 
Reifman, Alfred. 

Multilith 74-190 S 



International economic relations 

The development and allocation of 
scarce world resources: selected 
excerpts and references relating to 
the national debate topics for high 
schools 1975-1976. May 1975. 399 
p. Morgan, Anne. Baker, Janice. 
Donnelly, Warren. Sherman, Harvey. 
Hughes, Steve. 

Issued as Senate document no. 
94-45, 94th Cong., 1st sess. 



134 



International Electrctechnical 
Commission. 

Voluntary industrial standards in 
the United States; an overview of 
their evolution and significance 
for the Congress. July 197U. 122 
p. Donnelly, Barren. Gulick, 
Frances. Eurt, John. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Science and 
Astronautics, Subcommittee on 
Science, Research, and 
Development, 93d Conq. , 2d sess. 



International law 

see also Aggression 



Aliens 

Embargo 

Executive aoreements 

International cooperation 

Maritime lay 

Hilitary intervention 

Passports 

Repatriation 

Sanctions (International law) 

Territorial waters 

Treaties 



International Enerqy Aqency. 

Summary of the correspondence 
between the Council on 
International Economic Policy 
(CIEP) and the Subcommittee on 
International Economic Policy of 
the House International Relations 
Committee fconcerninq O.S. 
international economic policy] and 
acccmpanyinq materials and 
statements. Hay 5, 1975. 7 p. 
Costa, John. 

Appears in O.S. Conqress. 
House. Committee on 
International Relations. 
Subcommittee on International 
Economic Policy. Authorization 
legislation for and the operation 
of the Council on International 
Economic Policy. Hearing, 9Uth 
Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 33-39. 



International law to be 
considered in the possible use of 
military force by the United States 
against another nation for its 
adverse economic actions involving 
mineral resources within its own 
territory. Jan. 17, 1975. 1tt p. 
Zafren, Daniel. 



International loans 
see Foreign loans 



International monetary system 
see also Balance of payments 
Petrodollars 



The petrodollar problem. 
26, 1975. 26 p. wertman, 



June 
Patricie 



International environmental cooperation 
Effects of man's activities on 
the marine environment. May 1975. 
135 p. Hielke, James. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Comtittee on Commerce and 
the Rational Ocean Policy Study, 
9«th Cono. , 1st sess. 



U.S. policy in a changing world 
economy: foreign economic policies 
for the second half of the 
seventies. Nov. 11, 197U. 38 p. 
Reifman, Alfred. 

Hultilith 7U-190 S 



International environmental 
affairs in the 93rd Congress. May 
21, 1975. 29 p. Sherman, Harvey. 
Hultilith 75-132 EP 



International obligations 
see Treaties 



U.S. -Canadian Great Lakes Hater 
Quality agreement. Jan. 28, 1975. 
15 p. Becker, S. Hilliam. 



International organization 

see also International agencies 

International cooperation 

International law 

Names of specific agencies 



International finance 

see also Balance of payments 
Foreign investments 
Foreiqn loans 

International monetary system 
Petrodollars 



International financial 
information: problems connected 
with the oil price increases, 
capital flows, and investments. 
Har. «, 1975. «2 p. Scuka, Dario. 



The petrodollar problem. June 
26, 1975. 26 p. Wertman, Patricia. 



Preliminary bibliography on 1975- 
76 high school debate topic: "what 
policy for the development and 
allocation of scarce world 
resources would best serve the 
interest of the people of the 
world." Har. 1975. 7 p. Morgan, 
Anne. 

Hultilith 75-7U D 



International relations 
see also Arms control 

Executive agreements 
International cooperation 
International law 
Negotiations 
Treaties 



International finance- -Dictionaries 
A qlossary of international 
finance. Nov. 19, 197U. 13 p. 
Crain, Ben. 

Hultilith 7U-202 E 



Western approach to the 
Conference on Security and 
Cooperation in Europe. Sept. 1, 
197U. U8 p. Hian, Pauline. 
Hultilith 7«-175 F 






135 



International relations — Chronology 

Chronologies of malor 
developments in selected areas of 
international relations; cumulative 
edition, January-December 1974. 
("Jan. 1975] 72 p. Foreign Affairs 
Division. Wrenn, Harry. 

Issued as a committee print. 

House Committee on Foreign 

Affairs. 



International relief 
see Disaster relief 



Intracoastal waterways--[ North America] 
Economic ramifications of future 
Panama Canal control and use: a 
survey. Apr. 3, 1975. 15 p. 
Cole, Leon. 

Appears in 0. S. Congress. 
House. Committee or 
Appropriations. Subcommittee on 
the Dept. of Transportation and 
Related Agencies. Department of 
Transportation and related 
agencies appropriations for 1976. 

Hearings, 9Uth Cona. , 1st sess. 
1975. p. 65-79. 



International scientific affairs 
see Internaticnal cooperation in 
science 



International Standards Organization. 

Voluntary industrial standards in 
the United States; an overview of 
their evolution and significance 
for the Congress. July 1974. 122 
p. Donnelly, Warren. Gulick, 
Frances. Burt, John. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Science and 
Astronautics, Subcommittee en 
Science, Research, and 
Development, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



International trade 

see Ealance of payments 
Foreiqn investments 
Foreign trade 
Imports 

International corporation! 
Haritime law 



Interoceanic canals — [ Panama] 

Economic ramifications of future 
Panama Canal control and use: a 
survey. Apr. 3, 1975. 15 p. 
Cole, Leon. 

Appears in U.S. Congress. 
House. Committee on 
Appropriations. Subcommittee on 
the Dept. of Transportation and 
Related Aqencies. Department of 
Transportation and related 
aoencies appropriations for 1976. 

Hearings, 94th Cong. , 1st sess. 
1975. p. 65-79. 



Invasion of privacy 
see Right of privacy 



Investigations 

see Names of individual or ad hoc or 
permanent bodies created 
for the purpose of 
investigating specific 
problems of public interest 
Topic which is the subject of 
investigation 



Investment tax credit — [O.S.] 

An analysis of tax provisions 
affecting business investment: 
depreciation and the investment tax 
credit. Aug. 14, 197U. 50 p. 
Gravelle, Jane. 

nultilith 74-151 E 



Investment tax credit — [ a. S. ] — Law and 
legislation 

The Tax Reduction Act of 1975, 
P.L. 9«»-12, (H.R. 2166): the 
legislative development of each 
provision, including those items 
not adopted. Apr. 11, 1975. 58 p. 

Drake, Susan. Gravelle, Jane. 
Kohnen, Harold. 

Multilith 75-108 E 



Investments 

see American investments 
Arab investments 
Bonds 

Capital investments 
Foreign investments 
Japanese investments 
Mortgages 



Interpretation and construction of 
statutes 

see Constitutional law 



Interstate commerce — Leqal cases 
Gun control: the 
constitutionality of Federal 
prohibitions on the mere possession 
of firearms as an exercise of the 
commerce power. June 12, 1975. 30 
p. Ronhovde, Kent. 

nultilith 75-146 A [572/90] 



Iron and steel industry — [D.S. ] 

Materials shortages: iron and 
steel. July 25, 1974. 34 p. 
Allen, Julius. Lindahl, David. 
Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations, Permanent 
Subcommittee on Investigations, 
93d Cong. , 2d sess. 



Recent steel prices and pricing 
practices in the United States: 
background and issues. [Oct. 11, 
1974] 27 p. Allen, Julius. 
Dovell, Susan. Hack, David. 

Appears also in D.S. Congress. 
Joint Economic Committee. 

Inflationary impact of pricing by 

concentrated industries. 

Hearings, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 

1974. p. 213-239. 



136 



Iron and steel prices--[0. S. ] 

Pecent steel prices and pricing 
practices in the United States: 
backqround and issues. ("Oct. 11, 
1974] 27 p. Allen, Julius. 
Dovell, Susan. Hack, David. 

Appears also in D.S. Congress. 
Joint Economic Committee. 
Inflationary impact of pricinq by 
concentrated industries. 
Hearinqs, 93d Conq., 2d sess. 
197(*. p. 213-239. 



Irriqation — [New Kexicol 

San Juan-Chama and Navajo Indian 
projects: related impacts in the 
San Juan Fiver Easin. [June 12, 
19751 64 p. Viessman, Warren. 
Appears in 0. S. Conqress. 
Senate. Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs. 
Subcommittee on Enerqy Research 
and Water Resources. San Juan- 
Chama project. Hearinq, 94th 
Ccnq. , 1st sess. 1975. p. 337- 
400. 



Judicial review--[ 0. S. ] 

Defects in and abuses under the 
security classification system, and 
the competency of courts to decide 
national security questions. Nov. 
14, 1974. 22 p. Wallace, Paul. 
Zafren, Daniel. 



Jurisdiction — [U.S.] — Law and legislation 
Backqround report on Public Law 
280. [Bar. 18, 1975] 49 p. 
Ackerman, David. 

Issued as a committee print, 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 94th Conq,, 1st 
sess. 



Juvenile delinquency — [U.S.] — Law and 

legislation 

List of legislative proposals 
introduced on juvenile delinguency 
from the 89th Congress, 2d session 
through the 93rd Congress (1966 
through 1974). Feb. 24, 1975. 20 
p. Moore, Charlotte. 



Israeli-Arab conflict 

see Arab-Israeli conflict 



Japanese investments — [Communist 
countries] 

Western investment in Communist 
economies; a selected survey on 
economic interdependence. Aug. 5, 
1974. 83 p. Hardt, John. 
Holliday, George. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Foreiqn 
Relations, Subcommittee on 
Multinational Corporations, 93d 
Conq. , 2d sess. 



■-[ Pomanial 

Emiqration frcm Roumania. June 

25, 1975. 3 p. LaPorta, Carlo. 
Appears in the Conqressicnal 
record [daily ed. 1 v. 121, July 
25, 1975: S13733-S13735. 



Jews — [O.S. l--Biblioqraphy 

American-Jewish interest qrcups 
ard O.S. policy towards Israel: a 
biblicqraphic essay on recent 
research. Jan. 3, 1975. 14 p. 
Sachs, Richard. 



Job discriiinaticn 

see Discrimination in employment 



Job oper.inqs 

see Employment 



Johnson, Andrew. 

Resolutions to impeach, or to 
investiqate the possibility of 
impeachinq a President of the 
Onited States. July 8, 1974. 17 
p. Stathis, Stephen. 



Juvenile delinguency — [O.S, ] — Statistics 
Juvenile crime statistics. Dec. 
11, 1974. 35 p. Moore, Charlotte. 
Bultilith 74-226 ED 



Kidney diseases — [O.S.] 

Backqround information on kidney 
disease benefits under Medicare. 
June 24, 1975. 15 p. Harkus, 
Glenn. Hoyer, Robert. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Ways and 
Means, Subcommittee on Health and 
Subcommittee on Oversight, 94th 
Cong., 1st sess. 

Glenn Harkus and Robert Hoyer 
assisted the staff in the 
preparation of the committee 
print. 



Kissinger, Henry Alfred. 

Abstracts of news analyses 
regarding the alleged role of Henry 
A. Kissinger in wiretaps of 
government officials and newsmen. 
July 8, 1974. 9 p. Christopher, 
Luella. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee en Foreign 
Relations. Dr. Kissinger's role 
in wiretapping. Hearings, 93d 
Conq., 2d sess. 1974. p. 29-37. 



Labor 
see 



Aqricultural labor 
Collective barqaininq 
Employees' representation in 

manaqement 
Manpower traininq proqrams 
Hiqrant labor 
Seasonal labor 
Unemployment 
Onion security 
Veterans' employment 



137 



Labor law and legislat 
The siqrant far 
in the U.S.: the 
programs. Mar. 1 
Revised Apr. 17, 
Schmitt, Raymond. 
Multilith 75- 
Revisicn of B 
which also appe 
print. Senate C 
and Public Welf 
on Miqratorv La 
state statutes 
workers; a ccmp 
p. 375-U26. 



ion — [O.S. 1 
mworker situation 
problems and the 
6, 1972. 48 F. 
1975. 54 p. 

115 ED 

cltilith 72-€e ED 
ars in a committee 
omtnittee on Labor 
are. Subcommittee 
bor. Federal and 
relatinq to farm 
ilation. 1972. 



A summary of Clean Air Act 
oversight hearing held by the 
Senate Public Works Committee, 
Subcommittee on Environmental 
Pollution, March 19, 20, April 20- 
24, 29-30, Way 1, 13, 15, 20-21, 
1975. June 13, 1975. 131 p. 
Trumbule, Robert. Biniek, Joseph. 
Blodgett, John. Grimes, Maria. 
Musqrove, Connie. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 

Senate. Committee on Public 

Works. Subcommittee on 

Environmental Pollution. 

Implementation of the Clean Air 

Act — 1975. Hearings, 94th Cong. 

1st sess. 1975. p. 1-130. 



Labor supply — [Eastern Europe] 

Reorientation and commercial 
relations of the economies of 
Eastern Europe. Aug. 16, 197U. 
771 p. Hardt, John. Holliday, 
Georqe. 

Issued as a "joint committee 
print. Joint Economic Committee, 
93d Ccnq., 2d sess. 

John Hardt planned the scope of 
the research and coordinated and 
edited the ccntributiors to this 
compendium of papers. He was 
assisted by Georqe Holliday. 



use — (O.S. ] — Law and leqislation 

Congress and the Nation's 
environment; environmental and 
natural resources affairs of the 
93d Congress. Apr. 1975. 9U0 p. 
Environmental Policy Division. 
Library Services Division. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 94th Cong., 1st 
sess. 

Bibliographies of congressional 
documents were compiled by the 
Library Services Division. 



Labor union membership 
see also Onion security 



Labor union membership — [O.S.] — 
Bibliography 

Onionism and collective 
barqaininq for aqricultural 
workers: a selective biblioqraphy. 
June 3, 1971. 13 p. Revised Auq. 
16, 1974. 13 p. Mortimer, Louis. 
Fulton, Joseph, rev. 
Multilith 74-153 E 
Revision of Multilith 71-143 E. 



Land use 
see also 



Orban planninq 



Land use — f 0. S. 1 

The land use implications of the 
Clean Air Act of 1970 and the 
Federal Water Pollution Control Act 
Amendments of 1972. Oct. U, 1S74. 
24 p. Fletcher, w. Wendell. 
Multilith 74-176 EP 



Land use activities of the 93rd 
Congress that pertain to the 
coastal zone. May 13, 1975. 26 p. 
Fletcher, W. Wendell. 



Landing aids (Aeronautics) — Bibliography 
Air navigational aids; selected, 
annotated references, 1969-1974. 
Dec. 2, 197U. 9 p. Gaines, John. 



Law 
see 



Administration of criminal justice 

Jurisdiction 

Legislation 

Laws concerned with particular 

subjects, e.g. Labor Law 

and leqislation 
Subdivision Law and leqislation 

under specific topics, 

e.g. Juvenile delinquency — 

Law and leqislation 
Subdivision State laws under 

specific topics, e.g. 

Nominations for office — 

State laws 



Readinqs on land use policy; a 
selection of recent articles and 
studies on land use policy issues 
and activities in the Onited 
States. June 1975. 642 p. 
Little, Charles. Fletcher, W. 
Wendell. 

Issued as a committee print. 

Senate Committee on Interior and 

Insular Affairs, 94th Ccnq., 1st 

sess. 



Law enforcement 

see also Electronic surveillance 
Federal aid to law 
enforcement aqencies 



Law enforcement — [O.S. ] — Finance 

A review of congressional action 
taken on the Nixon administration 
special revenue sharinq proposals, 
93rd Congress. Jan. 2tt, 1974. 19 
p. Revised Dec. 197U. 21 p. 
McBreen, Maureen. 

Multilith 75-8 E 

Revision of Multilith 74-17 E. 



138 



Law enforcement officers — [ District of 
Columbia 1 — Law and legislation 

Jurisdiction and manpower of 
police forces within the territory 
of the District of Columbia. Hay 
23, 1975. 25 p. Morgan, Paul. 
Appears in O.S. Conaress. 
House. Committee on the District 
cf Columbia. Subcommittee en 
Government Operations. National 
Capital Service Area. Hearings, 
90th Conq. , 1st sess. 1975. p. 
103-167. 



Law of nations 

see International lai 



Law of the sea 

see Haritime law 



Legislation — [O.S. ] 

Co-sponsorship of bills and 
resolutions in the House of 
Representatives. Nov. 10, 1968. 
p. Revised Dec. 6, 1970. 5 p. 
Dalrymple, Helen. Pauls, 
Prederick, rev. 

Hultilith 70-219 GGR 
Supersedes Hultilith GGR 188 



Legislation — [O.S. ] — Bibliography 

Working tools for congressional 
offices: an annotated selection of 
publications and services useful to 
Hembers of Congress and their 
staffs. Revised Dec. 197a. 26 p. 
Barry, Rozanne, rev. Gcodrum, 
Charles. 

Revision issued as Hultilith 70- 
221 CR. 



Lead— f D.S. 1 

Environmental health effects of 
lead: an analysis of the issues and 
congressional actions. Dec. 18, 
1973. 05 p. Revised Har. 15, 
1975. U9 p. McCullough, James. 
Hultilith 75-95 SP 
Revision of Hultilith 7a-3 SP. 



Legislative bodies 
see Congress 

House of Representatives 
Hembers of Congress 
Senate rules and procedure 
State legislatures 



Legislative power 

see Congressional powers 



Lead poisoning — [O.S.I — Law and 
legislation 

Environmental health effects of 
lead: an analysis of the issues and 
congressional actions. Dec. 18, 
1973. 05 p. Revised Har. 15, 
1975. U9 p. HcCullough, James. 
Hultilith 75-95 SP 
Revision of Hultilith 70-3 SP. 



Legislative procedure 

see Congressional committees 
House rules and procedure 
Limitation of debate 
Senate rules and procedure 



Leases 

see also Oil and gas leases 



Leases — [ O.S. 1 

Federal mining and mineral 
leasirq laws. Aug. 10, 1970. 
p. Agnew, Allen. 



Legislative reference services — [O.S. ] 
Annual report of the 
Congressional Research Service of 
the Library cf Congress for fiscal 
year 1970 to the Joint Committee on 
the Library, Onited States 
Congress, pursuant to Public Law 91- 
510, title III, part 2 (section 
321). Hay 7, 1975. 170 p. 
Congressional Research Service. 
Issued as a joint committee 
print. Joint Committee on the 
Library, 90th Cong., 1st sess. 



Leqal status of wcmen--[ 0. S. 1 — 
Addresses, statements, etc. 

Equal Rights Amendment: selected 
floor debate and votes. Dec. 21, 
1970. 03 p. Holcomb, Horriqene. 
Hultilith 70-230 GGR 



Leqislatici 
see also 



Conqressicnal powers 
Leqislative reference 

services 
Leqislation on particular 

sub-Jects, e.q. Civil 

riqhts leqislation 
Subdivision Law and 

leqislation under specific 

topics, e.q. Firearms 

control--Law and 

leqislation 
Subdivision State laws under 

specific topics, e.q. 

Flection law — State laws 



Automation and the Congressional 
Research Service. Feb. 0, 1970. 
[17] p. Revised Har. 1, 1970. 17 
p. Second revision Har. 1, 1975. 
17 p. Goodrum, Charles. 
Hultilith 75-61 
Supersedes Hultiliths 70-63 D 
and 70-27 D. 



The Congressional Research 
service: excerpts from the annual 
report of fiscal year 1973. Sept. 
27, 1970. 60 p. Congressional 
Research Service. 
Hultilith 



Legislative reorganization 

see Congressional reorganization 



Legislative right to information 

see Executive privilege (Government 
information) 



139 



Liability fcr nuclear damages — 
("California 1 — State laws 

Ouestions about the effects of 
the California nuclear safeguards 
initiatives. Mar. 31, 1975. 18 p. 
Donnelly, Warren. 

Without the tables, appears 
alsc in the Congressional record 
r daily ed. 1 v. 121, June 10, 
1975: E3051-F3052. 



Limitation of debate — [O.S.] 

Limitations or time for debate 
under the rules and precedents of 
the House of Representatives. Jan. 
12, 1971. 16 p. Revised Dec. 12, 
1972. 17 p. Second revision Dec. 
4, 1974. 17 p. Kravitz, Walter. 
Pauls, Frederick, rev. 
Hultilith 7U-21U GGP 
Supersedes Multiliths 72-255 
GGP and 71-26 S. 



Liability for oil pc 
Cil and qas f 
continental she 
analysis of S. 
Supply Act of 1 
"Outer Continen 
Amendments of 1 
1975. 42 p. B 
Dvas, Norma. 

Hultilith 7 
Appears als 
print. Office 
Assessment. 
feasibility o 
exploration f 
oil and qas o 
continental s 
226. 



llution — [O.S. ] 
rem the outer 
If: comparison and 
521, the "Energy 
975" and S. 426, the 
tal Shelf Lands Act 
975". War. 27, 
othberq, Paul. 

5-90 SP 

c in a committee 

of Technclcqy 
An analysis of the 
f separating 
rem production of 
n the outer 
helf. 1975. p. 182- 



Liquefacticn cf coal 
see Coal liquefaction 



Liquid fuels 
see Petroleum 



Litter 

see Refuse and refuse disposal 



Loans 

see Federally-assisted loans 
Foreign loans 
Public debt 



Liability insurance--r 0. S. 1 

An overview cf medical 
malpractice. Par. 17, 1975. 276 
p. Schmidt, Herman. Perry, Judy. 
Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Interstate and 
Foreign Commerce, 9Uth Cono. , 1st 
sess. 

Herman Schmidt and Judy Ferry 
assisted the staff in preparing 
the document. 



Liability insurance — [ O.S. 1 — Conferences 
National Conference on Hedical 
Malpractice (Arlington, Va. , March 
20, 21. 1975). June 1975. 163 p. 
Schiidt, Herman. 

Issued as a committee print, 
House Committee on Interstate and 
Foreign Commerce, Subcommittee on 
Health and the Environment, 94th 
Cong., 1st sess. 

Herman Schmidt helped to 
prepare backqreund materials for 
the conference. 



Licenses — fO.S.1--Law and leaislaticn 

Deep-sea hard minerals: 
background analysis for 
leaislaticn. f Dec. 197U] 22 p. 
Petersen, Nancy. Justus, John. 
Appears in O.S. Conoress. 

House. Committee on Merchant 

Marine and Fisheries. 

Subcommittee on Oceanography. 

Deep seabed hard minerals. 

Hearings, 93d Corg. 197a. p. 

333-354. 

Excerpts from the report appear 

in the Congressional record 

f daily ed.1 v. 120, Jan. 23, 

1974: S255-S263. 



Loans to veterans 

see Veterans' loans 



Lobbyists— [O.S. ] 

The legislative scene; a 
descriptive list of selected 
newsletters, journals, and other 
periodical publications covering 
congressional activities. Jan. 9, 
1970. 11 p. Revised Dec. 19, 
1972. 12 p. Seccnd revision Dec. 
31, 197U. 14 p. Kellogg, 
Marqaret. Vassallo, Paul. 
Hadlock, Walter, rev. 

Multilith 74-224 CB 
Supersedes Multiliths 72-265 CR 
and 70-276 CR. 



Lobbyists — [ O.S. ] — Bibliography 

American-Jewish interest qroups 
and O.S. policy towards Israel: a 
biblioqraphic essay en recent 
research. Jan. 3, 1975. 14 p. 
Sachs, Richard. 



Local finance 

see also Grants-in-aid 

Municipal finance 



Local finance — [O.S. ] 

Financial condition of state and 
local qovernments. [Apr. 30, 1975] 
3 p. Schick, Allen. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. 1 v. 121, July 
29, 1975: S14198-S14200. 



Local finance — [O.S. ]--Bibliography 
Fiscal viability of state and 
local governments today: a 
bibliographic essay. Mar. 6, 1975, 
16 p. Rymarowicz, lillian. 



140 



Local Government — f0. S. 1 — Biblioqraphy 
State and local qovernments: 
manaoement capabilities and 
accountability: an annotated 
bitlioqraphv. Jan. 30, 1975. 15 
p. Ostoarn, Sandra. 



Low-income housinq 

see also Public housinq 



Constitutional questions raised 
by S. U016, a bill to protect and 
preserve tape recordings of 
conversations of former President 
Nixon. Oct. 3, 197U. 2 p. 
Treacy, Vincent. 

Appears in the Congressional 

record (daily ed. ] v. 120, Oct. 

4, 197a: S18327-S18328. 



Low-income housinq — f 0. S. 1 — Law and 

legislation 

The Housinq and Community 
Development Act of 1974 (Fublic Law 
93-383): summary and analysis. 
Sept. 16, 197U. 76 p. Schussheim, 
Hcrtcn. Parente, Francis. Fart, 
Warren. Berlin, Barry. Katz, 
Jane. Wellcns, Richard. 
Hultilith 7U-167 E 



Malnutrition 
see Nutrition 



Malpractice— [U.S. ] 

Medical malpractice: a survey of 
associated problems and proposed 
remedies. Jan. 15, 1975. 61 p. 
Schmidt, Herman. 

Multilith 75-3 ED 



Loyalty oaths— f U. S. 1—Leqal cases 
Cases relatinq to subversive 
activities appealed to the Supreme 
Court of the United States. Apr. 
1, 1968. 135 p. Sept. 12, 1974. 
118, 6 p. Celada, Raymond. tale, 
Charles. 

Multilith 7a- 165 A [5a8/2721 
Revision of Multilith A 233 
fa33/2721 



An overview of medical 
malpractice. Mar. 17, 1975. 276 
p. Schmidt, Herman. Perry, Judy. 
Issued as a committee print. 

House Committee on Interstate and 

Foreign Commerce, 9ath Cong., 1st 

sess. 

Herman Schmidt and Judy Perry 

assisted the staff in preparing 

the document. 



Loyalty-security proqram—Leqal cases 
Cases relatinq to subversive 
activities appealed to the Supreme 
Court of the Dnited States. Apr. 
1, 1968. 135 p. Sept. 12, 197a. 
118, € p. Celada, Raymond. Dale, 
Charles. 

Multilith 7a-165 A (548/272] 
Revision cf Multilith A 233 
fa33/2721 



Malpractice — [ 0. S. ] — Conferences 

National Conference on Medical 
Malpractice (Arlington, Va., March 
20, 21, 1975). June 1975. 163 p. 
Schmidt, Herman. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Interstate and 
Foreign Commerce, Subcommittee on 
Health and the Environment, 94th 
Cong., 1st sess. 

Herman Schmidt helped to 
prepare background materials for 
the conference. 



Lurch program 

see School lunch program 



Magnetic tapes — fU.S.l — Law and 
leqislation 

Conqressicnal review of 
requlations issued by Administrator 
of General Services under 
Presidential Recordinqs and 
Materials Preservation Act. Mar. 
19, 1S75. p. Treacy, Vincent. 
Appears in U.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Government 
Operations. GSA regulations 
implementing Presidential 
Recordinqs and Materials 
Preservation Act. Hearinq, 9ath 
Conq., 1st sess. 1975. p. 69-72. 
Also in O.S. Conqress. House. 
Ccimittee on House 
Administration. Subcommittee on 
Printinq. GSA requlations to 
implement title I of the 
Presidential Recordinqs and 
Materials Preservation Act. 
Hearinqs, 9ath Conq., 1st sess. 
1975. p. 151-15a. 

Also in House report no. 9a- 
560, Committee on House 
Administration. Disapprovinq 
requlations proposed by the 
General Services Administration 
implementinq the Presidential 
Recordinqs and Materials 
Preservation Act. 1975. p. 65- 
f Q. 



Manned space flight — [0'S.S.R.l 

Astronaut information: American 
and Soviet (1975). Rev. June 20, 
1975. 69 p. Luxenberg, Barbara. 
Zegel, Vikki. Smith, Harcia, rev. 
Revision issued as Multilith 75- 
131 SP. 



Astronauts and cosmonauts: 
biographical and statistical data. 
June 1975. 179 p. Smith, Harcia. 
Zeqel, Vikki. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Science and 
Technology, 9"th Cong., 1st sess. 



Manned space flight — fU.S.] 

Astronaut information: American 
and Soviet (1975). Rev. June 20, 
1975. 69 p. Luxenberg, Barbara. 
Zegel, Vikki. Smith, Harcia, rev. 
Revision issued as Multilith 75- 
131 SP. 



Astronauts and cosmonauts: 
biographical and statistical data. 
June 1975. 179 p. Smith, Harcia. 
Zegel, Vikki. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Science and 
Technology, 9"th Cong., 1st sess. 



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Manpower traininq ptocranis 

see also Vocational education 



Hanpower traininq proqrams — fO.S.] — 
Eiblioqraphv 

Evaluations cf manpower traininq 
proqrams: selected references, 1970- 
197tt. Oct. 25, 197U. 8 p. 
Davenport, Nancy. 

Multilith 7«-198 L 



Manpower traininq proqrams--[ 0. S. T — 
Finance 

A review of conqressional action 
taken on the Nixon administration 
special revenue sharinq proposals, 
93rd Conqress. Jan. 2a, 1?7a. 19 
p. Revised Dec. 197U. 21 p. 
McBreen, Maureen. 

Multilith 75-8 E 

Revision of Multilith 7a-17 E. 



Narihuara--f 0. S. 1 — Law and leqislation 
Proposed chanqes in marihuana 
controls, 9Uth Conqress: 
comparative analysis. May 9, 1975, 
a p. Hoqan, Harrv. 
Multilith 75-88 ED 



Marine pollution — Treaties 

Effects of man's activities on 
the marine environment. May 1975. 
135 p. Mielke, James. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee en Commerce and 
the National Ocean Policy Study, 
9Uth Con a., 1st sess. 



larine pollution — [O.S.S.R. ] 

Soviet ocean activities: a 
preliminary survey. Apr. 30, 1975. 

8 1 p. Franssen, Herman. Mielke, 
James. Riva, Joseph. Dodge, 
Christopher. Sherman, Harvey. 
Hardt, John. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee en Ccmmerce and 
the National Ocean Study Policy, 
9«th Conq. , 1st sess. 



Marine pollution--[ 0. S. ]--Iaw and 
legislation 

Effects of man's activities on 
the marine environment. May 1975. 
135 p. Mielke, James. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Ccmmerce and 
the National Ocean Policy Study, 
9<4th Cong., 1st sess. 



Marine enqineerinq 

Ocear. manoanese nodules. June 
1975. 203 p. Mielke, James. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 9ath Conq., 1st 
sess. 



Harfne mineral resources 

Ocean manqanese nodules. June 
1975. 203 p. Mielke, James. 

Issued as a cemmittee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 9ath Conq., 1st 
sess. 



Marine resources 

see also Fisheries 



Marine resources — [O.S.] 

The economic value of ocean 
resources to the Onited States. 
Dec. 1970. 1C9 p. Doumani, 
Georqe. Jones, Douglas. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Cemmittee on Ccmmerce, 93d 
Cong. , 2d sess. 

The report was prepared by 
Robert R. Nathan Associates under 
the direction of George Doumani 
and Douglas Jones. 



Marine mineral resources — [0.S.1 — law 
and leqislation 

Deep-sea hard minerals: 
backqround analysis for 
leqislaticn. f Dec. 197U] 22 p. 
Petersen, Nancy. Justus, John. 
Appears in O.S. Conqress. 
House. Cemmittee on Merchant 
Marine and Fisheries. 
Subcommittee on Cceanoqraphy. 
Deep seabed hard minerals. 
Hearinqs, 93d Ccng. 197a. p. 
333-35a. 

Excerpts from the report appear 
in the Conqressional record 
Tdaily ed.1 v. 120, Jan. 23, 
1S70: S255-S263. 



Marine pollution 

Effects of man's activities en 
the marine environment. May 1975. 
135 p. Mielke, James. 

Issued as a cemmittee print. 
Senate Committee on Commerce and 
the National Ocean Policy Study, 
9ttth Conq., 1st sess. 



Marine resources conservation — Treaties 
Treaties and ether international 
aqreements on fisheries, 
oceanoqraphic resources, and 
wildlife to which the Onited States 
is party. Dec. 31, 197tt. 968 p. 
Browne, Marlorie. Branaman, Brenda. 
Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Ccmmerce, 93d 
Cong., 2d sess. 



Maritime law 

Treaties and other international 
agreements or. fisheries, 
oceanographic resources, and 
wildlife to which the Onited States 
is party. Dec. 31, 197U. 968 p. 
Browne, Marjorie. Branaman, Brenda. 
Issued as a committee print. 

Senate Committee on Ccmmerce, 93d 

Cong. , 2d sess. 



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Maritime law — Conferences 

The third O.N. Law of the Sea 
Conference. [Bar. 19, 1975] 66 p. 

Franssen, Herman. Browne, 
Hariorie. Mielke, James. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Commerce and 
the National Ocean Policy Study, 
9Uth Conq. , 1st sess. 



Maritime law—f O.S.I 

A compilation of Federal laws 
relatinq to conservation and 
development cf our Nation's fish 
and wildlife resources, 
environmental quality, and 
oceanoqraphy. Jan. 1975. 84U p. 
Williams, Grover. 

Issued as a committee print. 

House Committee on Merchant 

Marine and Fisheries, 9Uth Conq. 

1st sess. 



The third O.N. Law of the Sea 
Conference. [Mar. 19, 1975] €6 p. 

Franssen, Herman. Browne, 
Hariorie. Hielke, Janes. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Commerce and 
the National Ocean Policy Study, 
9«th Conq., 1st sess. 



Haritime zcnes 

see Territorial waters 



Amounts required for "public 
assistance" for fiscal year 1975. 
[Feb. 10, 1975] 9 p. Allman, Ann. 

Burke, Vee. Canfield, Earl. 
Dean, Flora. Ebeler, Jack. 
Freeman, Brenda. Wanes, Joseph. 
Richardson, Joe. Robinson, 
William. Sherman, Amy. 

Appears in O.S. Conqress. 

House. Committee on 

Appropriations. Second 

supplemental appropriation bill. 

Hearinqs, 9«th Conq., 1st sess. 

1975. p. 7U6-75U. 



Federal proqrams providinq lcnq- 
term care to the aqed and disabled. 

Feb. 19, 1975. 20 p. Hanes, 
Joseph. 

Hultilith 75-51 ED 



Medicare--Hedicaid. Revised Dec. 
17, 197U. 9 p. Harkus, Glenn. 

Revision issued as Hultilith 7U- 
229 ED. 



Professional Standards Review 
Orqanizations (PSRO's) for review 
of services under Hedicare and 
Medicaid (section 2U9F of P.L. 92- 
603) . Nov. 1, 1973. 57 p. 
Revised June 27, 1975. «6, 8, 16, 
8 p. O'Sullivan, Jennifer. 

Hultilith 75-155 ED 

Revision of Hultilith 73-185 ED. 






Harketinq cf farm produce — [O.S.] 

Grain stockpiles and commodity 
reserves. June 11, 1975. 3 p. 
Hayer, Leo. 

Appears in the Conqressional 
record [daily ed. 1 v. 121, June 
17, 1975: E3216-E32U8. 



Hedical apparatus 

see Hedical instruments and apparati 



Hedical assistance proqrams 
see Hedicaid 



lamaqe 
see Families 



Haterials lanaqement — f 0.S.1 

Haterials shortaqes: workshop on 
resource manaqement. Feb. 1975. 
76 p. Donnelly, Barren. Gulick, 
Frances. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations, 9Hth Conq., 1st sess. 

CRS funded the workshop with 
Warren Donnelly as prolect 
officer and Frances Gulick as his 
associate and an important 
contributor. 



Hedical associations — [O.S.] 

Professional Standards Review 
Orqanizations (PSRO's) for review 
of services under Hedicare and 
Hedicaid (section 2<»9F of P.L. 92- 
603) . Nov. 1, 1973. 57 p. 
Revised June 27, 1975. «6, 8, 16, 
8 p. O'Sullivan, Jennifer. 
Hultilith 75-155 ED 
Revision of Hultilith 73-185 ED. 



Hedical care 

see also Health insurance 
Hedicaid 

Hedical economics 
Hedicare 



Haterials policy — TO.S. ] 

Haterials shortaqes: iron and 
steel. July 25, 197U. 3« p. 
Allen, Julius. Lindahl, David. 
Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations, Permanent 
Subcommittee on Investiqations, 
93d Conq. , 2d sess. 



Hedicaid 

see also Hedicare 

Public assistance proqrams 



Hedical care--[ O.S. ] 

Federal proqrams providinq lonq- 
term care to the aqed and disabled. 

Feb. 19, 1975. 20 p. Hanes, 
Joseph. 

Hultilith 75-51 FD 



Professional Standards Review 
Orqanizations (PSRO's) for review 
of services under Hedicare and 
Hedicaid (section 2U9F of P.L. 92- 
603) . Nov. 1, 1973. 57 p. 
Revised June 27, 1975. <»6, 8, 16, 
8 p. O'Sullivan, Jennifer. 

Hultilith 75-155 ED 

Revision of Hultilith 73-185 ED. 



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Medical devices 

see Medical instruments and apparatus 



Medical economics 

see also Health insurance 
Medical care 
Medical fees 



Medical policy — ( 0. S. ]--Finance 

Human resource programs — 1976 
budget highlights and issues (with 
appendix covering law enforcement 
and justice). Feb. 5, 1975. 42 p. 

Education and Public welfare 
Division. 

Multilith 75-36 ED 



Medical economics — fO.S. ] 

Hospital reimbursement. Sept. 
197«. 16 p. Markus, Glenn. 
Multilith 74-161 ED 



Medical profession 
see Physicians 



Medical research 

see also Cancer research 



Medical engineering 

see Biomedical engineering 



Medical ethics 
see Malpractice 



Medical research — (D.S.] 

The NIH biomedical research 
budget: an analysis of research 
priorities and associated issues ii 
fiscal year 1975. Nov. 197a. 109 
p. Dodge, Christopher. 
Multilith 7U-191 SP 



Medical fees— r 0.S.1 

An overview of physician payment 
methods in the United States. Oct. 
31, 197U. 15 p. Hoyer, Pobert. 
Multilith 7a- 19a ED 



Medical instruments and apparatus — 
TO.S. 1 — law and legislation 

Medical devices: a brief review 
of legislation and issues related 
to regulation. Nov. U, 197U. 110 
p. Dodge, Christopher. 
Multilith 7a- 196 SP 



Medical insurance for the aged 
see Medicare 



Medical law and legislation — fO.S. ] 
Summarv of health legislation 
1959 through 197a--86th Congress — 
93rd Congress. Apr. 30, 1971. 22 
p. Revised Feb. 1a, 197a. 2a p. 
Second revision Jan. 17, 1975. 28 
p. Klebe, Edward. Price, Richard, 
rev. 

Multilith 75-15 ED 
Supersedes Multiliths 7U-38 ED 
and 71-127 ED. 



Medical research — [ 0. S. ] — Finance 
The NIH biomedical research 
budget: an analysis of research 
priorities and associated issues in 
fiscal year 1975. Nov. 197a. 109 
p. Dodge, Christopher. 
Multilith 7U-191 SP 



Medical research — [U.S.] — law and 
legislation 

Summary of health legislation 
1959 through 197tt — 86th Congress — 
93rd Congress. Apr. 30, 1971. 22 
p. Revised Feb. 1a, 197a. 2a p. 
Second revision Jan. 17, 1975. 28 
p. Klebe, Edward. Price, Richard, 
rev. 

Multilith 75-15 ED 
Supersedes Multiliths 7U-38 ED 
and 71-127 ED. 



Medical research — [O.S. ] — legislative 
histories 

The NIH biomedical research 
budget: an analysis of research 
priorities and associated issues in 
fiscal year 1975. Nov. 197a. 109 
p. Dodge, Christopher. 
Multilith 7U-191 SP 



Medical malpractice 
see Malpractice 



Medicare 

see also Medicaid 



Medical personnel 
see Physicians 



Medical policy 

see also Health planning 

Medical law and legislation 



Medical policy— r D. S. 1 

Constitutionality of a statutory 
prevision banning the use of any 
Federal funds for abortions. [Apr. 
2, 19751 4 P. Rosenberg, Morton. 
Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. 1 v. 121, Apr. 
10, 1975: S5725-S5728. 



Amounts required for "public 
assistance" for fiscal year 1975. 
[Feb. 10, 1975] 9 p. Allman, Ann. 

Burke, Vee. Canfield, Earl. 
Dean, Flora. Ebeler, Jack. 
Freeman, Brenda. Manes, Joseph. 
Richardson, Joe. Robinson, 
William. Sherman, Amy. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 

House. Committee en 

Appropriations. Second 

supplemental appropriation bill. 

Hearings, 9Uth Cong., 1st sess. 

1975. p. 7a6-75a. 



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Medicare (Cont.) 

Background iTif onatiou on kidney 
disease benefits under Medicare. 
Jure 2u, 1975. 15 p. Markus, 
Glenn. Hover, Robert. 

Issued as a committee print, 
Hocse Committee on Ways and 
Heans, Subcommittee on Health and 
Subcommittee on Cversiqht, 94th 
Cona., 1st sess. 

Glenn Markus and Robert Hoyer 
assisted the staff in the 
preparation of the committee 
print. 



Federal prcqrams providing long- 
term care to the aged and disabled. 

Feb. 19, 1975. 20 p. Wanes, 
Joseph. 

Hultilith 75-51 ED 



Women in the United States 
Congress. Apr. 21, 1?71. 35 p. 
Revised Jan. 3, 1975. 23 p. 
Holccmb, Morrigene. 

Hultilith 75-1 GGR 
Revision of Hultilith 71-122 
GGR. 



Members of Congress (House) 

The freshman legislator: selected 
articles. Dec. u, 1968. 77 p. 
Revised Dec. 8, 1972. 89 p. 
Second revision Dec. 4, 197U. 106 
p. Oleszek, Walter. lacker. Marc, 
rev. 

Hultilith 7U-218 GGR 
Supersedes Hultiliths 72-253 
GGR and GGR 192. 



Medicare, CHAHPOS, and CHAHPVA: 
brief comparison cf the major 
provisions. Dec. 27, 197U. 8 p. 
Senesnyik, Ilcna. 

Hultilith 74-236 ED 



Medicare — Medicaid. Revised Dec. 
17, 1S7U. 9 p. Markus, Glenn. 

Revision issued as Hultilith 74- 
229 ED. 



Mental care facilities — [District of 
Columbia ] 

Operating costs of St. Elizabeths 
Hospital. Apr. 28, 1975. 2 p. 
Ebeler, Jack. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
House. Committee on the District 
of Columbia. St. Elizabeths 
Hospital. Hearings, 9uth Cong., 
1st sess. 1975. p. 4-5. 



Professional Standards Review 
Organizations (PSRO's) for review 
of services under Medicare and 
Medicaid (section 249F of P.L. 92- 
603) . Nov. 1, 1973. 57 p. 
Revised June 27, 1975. 46, 8, 16, 
8 p. 0' Sullivan, Jennifer. 
Hultilith 75-155 ED 
Revision of Hultilith 73-185 ED. 



Rental health — [O.S. ] — Bibliography 
Evaluation research and its 
application to health programs: 
selected references, 1970-1974. 
Peb. 2a, 1975. 15 p. Davenport, 
Nancy. 

Hultilith 75-59 L 



Medicine and state 
see Hedical policy 



Mentally handicapped — [ O.S. ] — Statistics 
Key facts on the handicapped. 
Apr. 1, 1975. 32 p. Klebe, Edward. 
Hultilith 75-16 ED 



v. Pittenqer 

The constitutional boundaries of 

public aid tc parochial schools: an 

analysis of Heek v. Pittenqer. Hay 

28, 1975. 27 p. Ackerman, David. 

Hultilith 75-139 A [570/98] 



>mbers of Conqress 

see also Duties of Hembers cf Conqress 
House of Representatives 
Terms beqinninq with the 
word Ccnqressional 



Committee assiqnments of women in 
Conqress, 65th-94th Conqresses. 
Feb. 28, 1975. m p. Holccmt, 
Horriqene. 



Provisions in the Onited States 
Constitution, Federal statutes and 
rules of the House and Senate 
qoverninq the conduct and 
activities cf Hembers of Conqress 
and their staff with appropriate 
annotations of cases.. Dec. 22, 
1964. 15 p. Revised Dec. 29, 
1972. 29 p. Second revision Jan. 
1, 1975. 76 p. Tienken, Robert. 
Durbin, Thomas, rev. 

Hultilith 75-14 A [559/681 
Revision of Hultilith 73-1 A. 



Merchant marine--[ 0. S. S. R. ] 

Soviet ocean activities: a 
preliminary survey. Apr. 30, 1975. 

81 p. Franssen, Herman. Mielke, 
James. Riva, Joseph. Dodge, 
Christopher. Sherman, Harvey. 
Hardt, John. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Commerce and 
the National Ocean Study Policy, 
9Uth Cong., 1st sess. 



Merchant marine legislation--! 0. S. ] 

Legal analysis of proposed 
statute providing for minimum rate 
provisions by non-national-flag 
carriers in foreign commerce of the 
Onited States (S. 868, 94th Cong.) 
as a violation of O.S. friendship, 
commerce, and navigation treaties. 
[June 2, 1975] 3 p. Zafren, 
Daniel. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 

Senate. Committee en Commerce. 

Nonnational flag ocean rates. 

Hearing, 94th Conq. , 1st sess. 

1975. p. 16-18. 



145 



Hetallurqy--[O.S. 3 

Pollution control: a review of 
the state of the art in sulfur 
dioxide abatement in the ncnferrous 
primary smeltinq industry. July 
29, 1970. 82 p. Trumbule, Robert. 
Hultilith 7ft-1ft3 EP 



Hethadone treatment 

see Treatment and rehabilitation of 
narcotic addicts 



Middle East 

see Arab-Israeli conflict 



Hiqrant labor — [ D.S.I 

The tiqrant farmworker situation 

la the U.S.: the problems and the 

proqrams. Bar. 16, 1972. U8 f. 

Revised Apr. 17, 1975. 5ft p. 

Schmitt, Raymond. 

Hultilith 75-115 ED 
Revision of Hultilith "72-68 ED 
which also appears in a committee 
print. Senate Committee on Labor 
and Public Welfare, Subcommittee 
on Bioratory Labor. Federal and 
state statutes relatino to farm 
workers; a compilation. 1972. 
P. 375-«26. 



Hiqrant labor — r 0. S. ]--Bibliography 
Onicnism and collective 
barqaininq for aqricultural 
workers: a selective biblioqraphy. 
Jure 3, 1971. 13 p. Revised Auq. 
16, 197ft. 13 p. Bortimer, Louis. 
Fultcn, Joseph, rev, 
Boltilith 7tt-153 E 
Revision of Hultilith 71-iq3 E. 



Bilitary agreements — [0, S. ] — Greece 

Greece and Turkey: some military 
implications related to HATO and 
the Hiddle East. Feb. 28, 1975. 
63 p. Collins, John. Chwat, John. 
Issued as a committee print, 
House Committee en Foreign 
Affairs, Special Subcommittee on 
Investigations, 9ftth Cong., 1st 
sess. 



Bilitary agreements — [O.S. ] — Turkey 

Greece and Turkey: seme military 
implications related to HATO and 
the Hiddle East. Feb. 28, 1975. 
63 p. Collins, John. Chwat, John. 
Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Foreign 
Affairs, Special Subcommittee on 
Investigations, 9ftth Cong. , 1st 
sess. 



Hiqration 

see Emigration 



Bilitary appropriations 
see Defense budgets 



Bilitary bases — [Greece] 

Greece and Turkey: some military 
implications related to HATO and 
the Biddle East. Feb. 28, 1975. 
63 p. Collins, John. Chwat, John. 
Issued as a committee print, 
House Committee on Foreign 
Affairs, Special Subcommittee on 
Investigations, 9«th Cong., 1st 
sess. 



Bilitary bases — [Turkey] 

Greece and Turkey: some military 
implications related to HATO and 
the Hiddle East. Feb. 28, 1975. 
63 p. Ccllins, John. Chwat, John. 
Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Foreign 
Affairs, Special Subcommittee on 
Investiqations, 9ftth Cong. , 1st 
sess. 



Bilitary aqreetents — [ Greece] — O.S. 

Greece and Turkey: some military 
implications related to HATO and 
the Hiddle East. Feb. 28, 1975. 
63 p. Collins, John. Chwat, John. 
Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Foreign 
Affairs, Special Subcommittee on 
Investiqations, 9«th Conq., 1st 
sess. 



Hilitary aoreements — [ lurkey ] — D. S. 

Greece and Turkey: some military 
implications related to HATO and 
the Hiddle East. Feb. 28, 1975. 
63 p. Collins, John. Chwat, John. 
Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Foreign 
Affairs, Special Subcommittee on 
Investiqations, 9Uth Conq., 1st 
sess. 



Hilitary dependents — [O.S.] 

Hedicare, CHABPOS, and CHAHPVA: 
brief comparison of the major 
provisions. Dec. 27, 197U. 8 p. 
Hemesnyik, Ilona. 

Hultilith 7U-236 ED 



Hilitary expenditures 
see Defense budgets 



Hilitary facilities 
see Hilitary bases 



Hilitary intervention — [ 0. S. S. P. ] 
Post-world War II cases of 
0. S. S.R. intervention or action. 
June 5, 1975. 1 p. LaPorta, Carlo. 
Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed . ] v. 121, June 
5, 1975: S9775. 



146 



Military medicine — [U.S. 1 

Medicare, CHAMPUS, and CHAMFVA: 
brief comparison of the ma-jor 
provisions. Tec. 27, 1974. e p. 
Nemesnyik, Ilcna. 

Multilith 74-236 ED 



International law to be 
considered ir the possible use of 
military force by the United States 
against another natior for its 
adverse economic actions involving 
mineral resources within its own 
territory. Jan. 17, 1975. 1" p. 
Zafren, Daniel. 



Military pensions 
see also Veterans 



Military pensions — [ O.S.I — Law and 
legislation 

Veterans* benefits legislation in 
the 93rd Congress. Jan. 15, 1975. 
14 p. Nemesnyik, Ilona. 
Multilith 75-12 ED 



Materials shortages; resources 
and shortages: an economic 
interpretation. Sept. 197<». 31 
Dunn, LePoy. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations, Permanent 
Subcommittee on Investigations, 
93d Cong. , 2d sess. 



Military personnel 

see Drugs and military personnel 



Military policy— f 0. S. 1 

see Congress and trilitary policy 

President as Commander-in-Chief 



Mines and mineral resources — [U.S.] 

Aluminum and sodium minerals from 

oil shale: technical, 

environmental, economic, 

legislative, and policy aspects of 

an undeveloped minerals source. 

Aug. 1974. 55 p. Pothberg, Paul. 

Issued as a committee print. 

House Committee on Interior and 

Insular Affairs, Subcommittee on 

Mines and Mining, 93d Cong., 2d 



Military regimes 
see Coups d'etat 



Milliken v. Eradley 

Metropolitanwide relief in school 
desegregation cases: the Supreme 
Court decision in Milliken v. 
Bradley. Nov. 18, 1974. 36. p. 
Dale, Charles. 

Multilith 74-201 A [544/9e] 



Brief backgrounder on mineral 
commodities in the 0. S. stockpile, 
1975. May 16, 1975. 41 p. Agnew, 
Allen. 

Multilith 75-142 EP 



Federal energy organization. 
Mar. 4, 1975. 29 p. Attasi, Susan. 
Multilith 75-66 EP 



Mineral industries 

Ocean manganese nodules. June 
1975. 203 p. Mielke, James. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 94th Cong., 1st 
sess. 



lineral Leasing Act 

Outer continental shelf petroleum 
leasiro — an economic analysis. 
Jan. 1C, 1975. 56 p. Oseem, 
Howard. 



Mines and mineral resources 

Deep-sea hard minerals: 
background analysis for 
legislation. [Dec. 1974] 22 p. 
Petersen, Nancy. Justus, John. 
Appears in O.S. Congress. 

House. Committee on Merchant 

Marine and Fisheries. 

Subcommittee on Oceanography. 

Deep seabed hard minerals. 

Hearings, 9 3d Cong. 1974. p. 

333-354. 

Excerpts from the report appear 

in the Congressional record 

Tdaily ed. 1 v. 120, Jan. 23, 

1974: S255-S263. 



Minimum income 

see Income maintenance programs 



Mining engineering 

Ocean manaanese nodules. June 
1975. 203 p. Mielke, James. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 94th Cong., 1st 
sess. 



Mining law— [O.S. ] 

Federal mining and mineral 
leasing laws. Aug. 14, 1974. 
p. Agnew, Allen. 



Minorities 

see Names of individual peoples or 
races 



Mobile homes — [U.S.I — Law and legislation 
The Housing and Community 
Development Act of 1974 (Public Law 
93-383): summary and analysis. 
Sept. 16, 1974. 76 p. Schussheim, 
Morton. Parente, Francis. Farb, 
Warren. Berlin, Barry. Katz, 
Jane. Wellons, Pichard. 
Multilith 74-167 E 



Model cities 

see Urban planning 



147 



Holecular bicloqy — Research 

Genetic enqir.eerinq: evolution of 
a technoloqical issue; supplemental 
report I. Dec. 1974. 215 p. 
McCullouqh, Janes. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Scierce ard 
Astronautics, Subcommittee en 
Science, Research, and 
Development, 93d Conq. , 2d sess. 



Monetary policy — [C.5. ] 

Policy options for the economy at 
mid-1974: statements of selected 
economists. Sept. 6, 1970. 35 p. 
Braden, John. 



Motor vehicle pollution control — [O.S.]- 
Law and leqislaticn 

A summary of clean Air Act 
oversiqht hearing held by the 
Senate Public Works Committee, 
Subcommittee en Environmental 
Pollution, March 19, 20, April 20- 
24, 29-30, nay 1, 13, 15, 20-21, 
1975. June 13, 1975. 131 p. 
Trumbule, Pobert. Biniek, Joseph. 
Blodgett, John. Grimes, Maria. 
Musqrove, Connie. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Public 
Works. Subcommittee on 
Environmental Pollution. 
Implementation of the Clean Air 
Act — 1975. Hearings, 90th Cong. , 
1st sess. 1975. p. 1-130. 



Money 

see Banks and tankinq 
Inflation 

International monetary system 
Public finance 



Multinational corporations 

see International corporations 



Monopolies 
see also 



Cartels 



Multipurpose pro-jects — [O.S. ] 

The Tennessee Valley Authority: 
lessons for national growth and 
development planninq. Aug. 7, 
197U. 23 p. Wellborn, Clay. 



Monopolies — [ O.S. 1 — Bibliography 

Vertical integration in American 
industry, 1973-75. June 11, 1S75. 
7 p. Amerkhail, Valerie. 



Municipal finance — (O.S. ] — Bibliography 
Fiscal viability of state and 
local governments today: a 
bibliographic essay. Mar. 6, 1975. 
16 p. Rymarowicz, Lillian. 



Mortgages 
see also 



Veterans' loans 



Hortgaqes--r O.S. 1 — Law and leqislation 
The Housinq and Community 
Development Act of 197U (Public Law 
93-383) : sujnarv and analysis. 
Sept. 16, 1974. 76 p. Schcssheim, 
Morton. Parente, Francis. Farb, 
Warren. Eerlin, Barry. Katz, 
Jane. Wellons, Richard. 
Multilith 74-167 E 



Mothers' welfare 

see Old aqe, survivors and disability 
insurance 
Public assistance proqrams 



Municipal heme rule — [District of 
Columbia 1 

The political evolution of the 
District of Columbia: current 
status and proposed alternatives. 
Apr. 30, 1975. 60 p. Rimensnyder, 
Nelson. 

Multilith 75-121 GGR 



Municipal politics and government — 
[District of Columbia] 

The political evolution of the 
District of Columbia: current 
status and proposed alternatives. 
Apr. 30, 1975. 60 p. Rimensnyder, 
Nelson. 

Multilith 75-121 GGR 



Motor vehicle pollution control — (0.S.1 
Autc emission standards and air 
quality. Jan. 21, 1975. 8 p. 
Trumbule, Robert. 



Narcotic addicts 

see Treatment and rehabilitation of 
narcotic addicts 



Environmental health effects of 
lead: an analysis of the issues and 
congressional actions. Dec. 18, 
1973. 05 p. Revised Mar. 15, 
1975. 49 p. McCullough, James. 
Multilith 75-95 SP 
Revision of Multilith 74-3 SP. 



Narcotic laws 

see also Drug law and legislation 
Narcotic traffic 
Treatment and rehabilitation 
of narcotic addicts 



An overview of automobile 
production and marketinq. Jan, 
1975. 50 p. Einiek, Joseph. 



Narcotic laws — [ 0. S. ] 

Federal regulation of methadone. 
Aug. 15, 1974. 47 p. Hooan, Harry. 
Multilith 74-152 ED 



Narcotic traffic 

see also Drug abuse 

Narcotic laws 



72-526 O - 76 - 11 



148 



Narcotic traffic — [U.S.")--Law and 
legislation 

Control cf druq abuse: sunmary of 
principal leqislative activity in 
the 93rd Cor.qress. Dec. 3, 1970. 
03 p. Hoqan, Harry. 

nultilith 70-230 ED 



National commitments 
see Treaties 



National debt 

see Public debt 



National defense 

see also Arms control 

Defense tudqets 



National Envirormental Policy Act 

Administration of NF.PA at the 
state and local levels as proposed 
in section 100 of the Housing and 
Urban Development Act of 197a (H.R, 
15361) . July 3, 197U. 3 p. 
Curlin, James. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. ] v. 120, Aug. 
13, 197U: S1U885-S1U888. 



Whether the Nuclear Regulatory 
Commission should be required to 
file an environmental impact 
statement concerning its licensing 
of the importation of plutonium. 
Bar. 25, 1975. p. Rubin, Janice. 
Appears in a committee print, 

Senate Ccmmittee on Government 

Operations. Peaceful nuclear 

exports and weapons 

proliferation. 1975. n. 019-"22. 



National defense — [ Europe! 

western approach to the 
Conference en Security and 
Cooperation in Europe. Sept. 
1970. 08 p. Mian, Pauline, 
nultilith 70-175 F 



National defense — [0.S.1 

Department of Defense 
organization: selected references 
19U0-197U. Aug. 15, 1970. 32 p. 
Greqory, Nathaniel. 

nultilith 70-156 F 



Strateqic nuclear delivery 
systems: how many? What 
combinations? Oct. 7. 1970. 123 
p. Ccllins, John. Chwat, John, 
nultilith 70-177 F 



National forests — [U.S.] 

S. 360, timber purchaser credits. 
Forest Service roads built by 
timber purchasers. Apr. 15, 1975. 
21 p. Wolf, Robert. 

Appears in U.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee en Public 
Works. Transferable forest 
access road credits. Hearing, 
90th Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 
95-115. 



National Foundation on the Arts and the 
Humanities. 

Creation of the National 
Foundation on the Arts and the 
Humanities: National Foundation on 
the Arts and the Humanities Act of 
1965 (P.L. 89-209) as amended. 
Nov. 21, 1970. 82 p. Boren, Susan, 
nultilith 75-10 ED 



National Energy Production Board Act 
(Proposed) 

Analysis of S. TOO, the "National 
Energy Production Board Act of 
1975". Har. 12, 1975. 9 p. Cyas, 
Norma. 

Appears in a committee print. 
Office of Technology Assessment. 
An analysis of the feasibility of 
separating exploration from 
production of oil and gas on the 
outer continental shelf. 1975. 
p. 227-235. 



lational growth policy 
see also community development 
Economic policy 
Regional planning 
Resource allocation 
Social policy 
Terms beginning with the 
word Urban 



The Tennessee Valley Authority: 
lessons for national growth and 
development planning. Aug. 7, 
1970. 23 p. Wellborn, Clay. 



National Energy Production Board 
(Proposed) 

Analysis of S. 700, the "National 
Energv Production Board Act of 
1975". nar. 12, 1975. 9 p. Dyas, 
Norma. 

Appears in a committee print. 
Office cf Technology Assessment. 
An analysis of the feasibility of 
separating exploration from 
production of oil and qas en the 
cuter continental shelf. 1975. 
p. 227-235. 



Toward a national growth policy; 
Federal and state developments in 
1973. Dec. 27, 1970. 376 p. 
Beckman, Norman. Harding, Susan. 
Congressional Research Service. 
Issued as Senate document no. 

93-123, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



National growth policy — Bibliography 

Toward a national growth policy 
Federal and state developments in 
1973. Dec. 27, 1970. 376 p. 
Beckman, Norman. Harding, Susan. 
Congressional Research Service. 
Issued as Senate document no. 
93-123, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



149 



National Materials Policy Act 

A legislative history of the 
Solid Waste Disposal Act, as 
amended together with a section-by- 
section index. Cct. 1974. 5C3 p. 
Peisch, Hark. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Public Works, 
93d Cong. , 2d sess. 



Natural resources 

see also Conservation of natural 
resources 
Fisheries 
Marine resources 
Bines and mineral resources 
Power resources 
Water resources development 



National parks — [California] 

Developments concerning Pedwood 
National Park ir. the period 1971 
through 197U. Fet. 10, 1975. 10 
p. Siehl, George. 



National planning 

see Economic policy 

National growth policy 
Social policy 



National policy 

see also Economic policy 
Energy policy 
Environmental policy 
National growth policy 
Science policy 
Social policy 



Jational pclicy--[ 0. S. 1 

Congressional information 
processes for coordinating national 
policies. Dec. 13, 1970. 22 p. 
Revised Dec. 29, 1972. 23 p. 
Second revision Mar. 26, 1975. 34 
p. Eeckman, Norman. Stevens, 
Arthur, rev. 

(lultilith 75-86 GGP 
Supersedes Multiliths 73-2 D 
and 70-310 C. 



Long-term Federal agency 
planning. July 19, 1974. 107 p. 
HcGrath, James. 



The development and allocation of 
scarce world resources: selected 
excerpts and references relating to 
the national debate topics for high 
schools 1975-1976. May 1975. 399 
p. Morgan, Anne. Baker, Janice. 
Donnelly, Warren. Sherman, Harvey. 
Hughes, Steve. 

Issued as Senate document no. 

94-45, 9Uth Cong., 1st sess. 



Natural resources — [U.S. ] — Bibliography 
Congress and the Nation's 
environment; environmental and 
natural resources affairs of the 
93d Congress. Apr. 1975. 940 p. 
Environmental Policy Division. 
Library Services Division. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 9Uth Cong. , 1st 
sess. 

Bibliographies of congressional 
documents were compiled by the 
Library Services Division, 



Natural resources — [O.S.]--Law and 
legislation 

Congress and the Nation's 
environment; environmental and 
natural resources affairs of the 
93d Congress. Apr. 1975. 910 p. 
Environmental Policy Division. 
Library Services Division. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 9ath Cong., 1st 
sess. 

Bibliographies of ccngressional 
documents were compiled by the 
Library Services Division. 



National Research Act 

Federal regulation of human 
experimentation. May 1975. 256 p. 
Ouimby, Freeman. McKenzie, Susan. 
Chapman, Cynthia. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Labor and 
Public Welfare, 94th Cong., 1st 
sess. 



National security 

see National defense 



Naturalization 
see Aliens 



Navigational aids (Aeronautics) — 
Bibliography 

Air navigational aids; selected, 

annotated references, 1969-1974. 

Dec. 2, 197a. 9 p. Gaines, John. 



Natural gas 

see also Gas industry 



Natural gas — [0.S.1 — Law and legislation 
Economic impact report en 
deregulation of natural gas. Nov. 
5, 197U. 6 p. Kumins, Lawrence. 
Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Commerce. 
Natural Gas Production and 
Conservation Act of 1974. 
Hearings, 93d Ccng., 2d sess. 
1S74. p. 284-289. 



Negotiations 

see also Treaties 



Negotiations — [ Cambodia ] 

Negotiations and a settlement in 
Cambodia. Oct. 23, 1974. 20 p. 
Haggard, M. T. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Foreign 
Pelations. Subcommittee on 
Foreign Assistance and Economic 
Policy. Supplemental assistance 
to Cambodia. Hearings, 94th 
Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 184- 
205. 



150 



Neoro voting rights — [U.S.] 

The Votinq Rights Act of 1965, as 
amended; history, effects, and 
alternatives. June 17, 1975. 93 
p. Hanus, Jerome. Downinq, Faul. 
Gav, Donovan. 

Hultilith 75-124 GGR 



Neqro votinq riqhts — [U.S.] — Eibliography 
The Votinq Piqhts Act of 19C5, as 
amended; history, effects, and 
alternatives. Jane 17, 1975. 93 
p. Hanus, Jerome. Downinq, Paul. 
Gay, Conovan. 

Hultilith 75-124 GGR 



New towns 

see Urban planninq 



New York (State). State Prison, Attica. 
Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller 
and the Attica rebellion: an 
analysis. Sept. 23, 1974. U5 p. 
Hoore, Charlotte. 

Appears in O.S. Conqress. 
Senate. Committee on Rules and 
Administration. Nomination of 
Nelson A. Rockefeller of New York 
to be Vice President of the 
United States. Hearings, 93d 
Cong., 2d sess. 1974. p. 1351- 
13 95. 



Neqro votinq riqhts — [ U. S. 1 — Law and 
leqislaticr 

A summary of "The Votinq Rights 
Act: Ten Years After," a report of 
the United States Commission en 
Civil Riqhts, January 1975. Feb. 
21, 1975. 23 p. Gorman, Joseph. 
Hultilith 75-57 GGR 



Nixon, Richard Hilhous. 

Resolutions to impeach, or to 
investiqate the possibility of 
impeachinq a President of the 
United states. July 8, 1974. 17 
p. Stathis, Stephen. 



Neqro votinq riqhts — r 0. S. ] — Leqal cases 
The Voting Rights Act of 1965: an 
analysis and interpretation in 
liqht of recent Supreme Court and 
Federal court cases. Feb. 24, 
1975. 18 p. Durbin, Thomas. 



Neqro votinq riqhts — [U.S.] — Leqislative 
histories 

The Voting Riqhts Act of 1965, as 
amended; history, effects, and 
alternatives. June 17, 1975. 93 
p. Hanus, Jerome. Downinq, Paul. 
Gay, Donovan. 

Hultilith 75-124 GGR 



Neqroes 
see also 



Civil rights legislation 
Desegregation in education 
Discrimination in employment 
Negro voting riqhts 



No-fault automobile insurance 
see Automobile insurance 



Noise control — [U.S. ] — Legislative 
histories 

A legislative history of the 
Noise Control Act of 1972 together 
with a section-by-section index. 
July 1974. 680 p. Segal, Higdon. 
Issued as a committee print, 
Senate Committee on Public Works, 
93d Cong., 2d sess. 



Noise Control Act 

A legislative history of the 
Noise Control Act of 1972 together 
with a section-by-section index. 
July 1974. 680 p. Segal, Higdon. 
Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Public Works, 
93d Cong. , 2d sess. 



Neqroes — [ U.S. 1— Statistics 

Selected socio-economic 
statistics on the O.S. aged Black 
population. June 2, 1975. 4 p. 
House, Sharon. 



New Deal 

A brief history of work relief 
proqrams durinq the depression. 
[Jan. 19751 2 p. Allman, Ann. 
Appears in the Conqressional 
record f daily ed. 1 v. 121, Feb. 
5, 1575: S1534-S1535. 



A note en unemployment rates 
durinq the New Deal. ("Jan. 28, 
1975 1 2 p. Guttman, Robert. 
Allman, Ann. 

Appears in the Conqressional 

record [daily ed.l v. 121, Feb. 

5, 1975: S1533-S1534. 



Reduction of Federal salaries - 
1932-1935. Jan. 10, 1975. 16 p. 
Gressle, Sharon. HcHurtry, 
Virqinia. 



Nominations for office 

see also Presidential appointments 



Nominations for office — [U.S.] — State 
laws 

Elections — political party 
affiliation as an aspect of voter 
registration, primary 
participation, and ballot 
preparation: a compilation of state 
laws. Nov. 12, 1970. 199 p. 
Revised Dec. 3, 1974. 178 p. 
Yadlosky, Elizabeth. Fiori, 
Patricia, rev. Durbin, Thomas, 
rev. Burdette, Robert, rev. 

Hultilith 74-208 A [55S/110 R] 
Revision of Hultilith 70-297 A 
[493/110] 



North Atlantic Treaty Organization. 

Greece and Turkey: seme military 
implications related to NATO and 
the Hiddle East. Feb. 28, 1975. 
63 p. Collins, John. Chwat, John. 
Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Foreign 
Affairs, Special Subcommittee on 
Investigations, 94th Cong., 1st 
sess. 



151 



North Sea 

North Sea oil and gas: impact of 
development en the coastal zone. 
Oct. 197U. 177 p. Doumani, 
George. Franssen, Herman. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Commerce, 93d 
Conq., 2d sess. 

Gecrqe Doumani and Herman 
Franssen assisted in the 
preparation of the report. 



Nutrition policy 

The development and allocation of 
scarce world resources: selected 
excerpts and references relating to 
the national debate topics for high 
schools 1975-1976. May 1975. 399 
p. Morgan, Anne. Baker, Janice. 
Donnelly, warren. Sherman, Harvey. 
Hughes, Steve. 

Issued as Senate document no. 
9U-45, 9«th Cong., 1st sess. 



Nuclear enqineerinq--f 0. S. 1 

Notes on the emerqency core 
ccolinq svstem issue. [?eb. 1, 
19751 3 p. Dcnnelly, Warren. 
Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. 1 v. 121, Feb, 
3, 1975: S1377-S1379. 



Preliminary bibliography on 1975- 
76 high school debate topic: "what 
policy for the development and 
allocation of scarce world 
resources would best serve the 
interest of the people of the 
world." Mar. 1975. 7 p. Morgan, 
Anne. 

Multilith 75-7U D 



Nuclear security measures 

Conqress and nuclear safeguards. 
Apr. 9, 1975. 32 p. Donnelly, 
Warren. 

Appears in a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations. Peaceful nuclear 
exports and weapons 
proliferation. 1975. p. U23-U5U, 



Nutrition policy — Bibliography 

Agricultural policy, food policy, 
nutrition policy, world food 
problems: a select bibliography, 
1969-1975. Sept. 10, 197H. 23 d. 
Revised Apr. 30, 1?75. 38 p. 
Chapman, Cynthia. 

Multilith 75-120 SP 

Revision of Multilith 7U-155 SP. 



Peaceful nuclear exports and 
weapons proliferation; a 
compendium. Apr. 1975. 1355 p. 
Donnelly, Warren. Rather, Barbara. 
Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations, 9«th Cong., 1st sess. 

Warren Dcnnelly and Barbara 
Rather assisted the committee in 
the preparation of the report. 



Nutrition policy — [O.S.] 

Food for Peace — actions cf the 
93d Congress. Jan. 2«, 1S75. 2 p. 
Baker, Janice. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. ] v. 121, Feb. 
27, 1975: S2789-S2790. 



Nuclear security measures--Bibliography 
Safeguarding nuclear materials: j 
selected bibliography. Apr. 7, 
1975. 14 p. Rather, Barbara. 

Appears in a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations. Peaceful nuclear 
exports and weapons 
proliferation. 1975. p. 1303- 
1316. 



Nuclear weapons 

see Atomic weapons 



Obscenity (Law) 
see Pornography 



Occupational health and safety 
see also Lead poisoning 



Occupational health and safety — (O.S.] — 
Law and legislation 

Small Business and the 
Occupational Safety and Health Act 
of 1970. Apr. 15, 1975. 12 p. 
Wander, Tom. 

Multilith 75-105 ED 



Nursing hemes 

see also Rousing for the aged 



Vinyl chloride: an occupational 
health hazard. Jar.. 17, 1975. 59 
p. Bourne, Joanna. 

Multilith 75-63 SP 



Nursing homes — r D.S.I 

Federal programs providing long- 
term care to the aged and disabled. 

Feb. 19, 1975. 20 p. Manes, 
Joseph. 

Multilith 75-51 ED 



Occupational training 

see Manpower training programs 



Nutrition 

see also Food 



Nutrition— r 0. S. 1 

Hunger and malnutrition in the 
United States: how much? May 1, 
1?75. 22 p. Quimby, Freeman. 
Multilith 75-100 SP 



Ocean policy — [U.S.S.R.] 

Soviet ocean activities: a 
preliminary survey. Apr. 30, 1975. 

81 p. Franssen, Herman. Hielke, 
James. Riva, Joseph. Dodge, 
Christopher. Sherman, Harvey. 
Hardt, John. 

Issued as a committee print, 
Senate Committee on Commerce and 
the National Ocean Study Policy, 
9Uth Cong., 1st sess. 



152 



Ocean policy — fO.S.1 

Soviet ocean activities: a 
preliminary survey. Apr. 30, 1975, 
81 p. Franssen, Herman. Hielke, 
James. Riva, Joseph. Dodge, 
Christopher. Sherman, Harvey. 
Hardt, John. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Commerce and 
the National Ocean Study Policy, 
9«th Cone., 1st sess. 



Oceanoaraphic research — r O.S.S.R. ] 
Soviet ocean activities: a 
preliminary survey. Apr. 30, 1975. 

81 p. Franssen, Herman. Hielke, 
James. Biva, Jcseph. Oodqe, 
Christopher. Sherman, Harvey. 
Hardt, John. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Commerce and 
the Rational Ocean Study Policy, 
9ttth Cong., 1st sess. 



Official secrets--[O.S. ]— taw and 
legislation 

Congress and government 
information security classification 
policy: the statutory option. July 
19, 197a. 6 p. Relyea, Harold. 
Appears in O.S. Congress. 
House. Committee on Government 
Operations. Foreign Operations 
and Government Information 
Subcommittee. Security 
classification reform. Hearings, 
93d Cong., 2d sess. 197a. p. 
289-29a. 



Officials and employees 
see Federal employees 
Federal officials 



Offshore oil fields 

see Petroleum in submerged lands 



Oceanoqraphy 

see also Barine pollution 
Harine resources 



Oil 

see Petroleum 



Oceanoqraphy — [O.S.S.R. ] 

Soviet ocean activities: a 
preliminary survey. Apr. 30, 1975. 

81 p. Franssen, Herman. Hielke, 
James. Riva, Joseph. Dodge, 
Christopher. Sherman, Harvey. 
Hardt, John. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Commerce and 
the National Ocean Study Policy, 
9ath Cong., 1st sess. 



Oceanoqraphy — [ 0. S. 1--Law and legislation 
A compilation of Federal laws 
relatinq to conservation and 
development of our Nation's fish 
and wildlife resources, 
environmental quality, and 
oceanoqraphy. Jan. 1975. 8aa p. 
Williams, Grover. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Rouse Committee on Merchant 
Harine and Fisheries, 9ath Cong. , 
1st sess. 



Oil and gas leases — [California] 

Outer continental shelf oil and 
gas leasing off southern 
California: analysis of issues. 
Nov. 197U. 100 p. Curlin, James. 
Issued as a committee print, 
Senate Committee on Commerce, 93d 
Cong., 2d sess. 



Oil and gas leases — [U.S.] 

Federal mining and mineral 
leasing laws. Aug. 1tt, 197a. 
p. Agnew, Allen. 



Oil and gas from the outer 
continental shelf: analysis of the 
"Energy Supply Act" and summary of 
the Senate debate on S. 3221. Feb. 
1, 1975. 1a p. Rothberg, Paul. 
Appears in a committee print. 
Office of Technology Assessment. 
An analysis of the feasibility of 
separating exploration from 
production of oil and gas on the 
outer continental shelf. 1975. 
p. 236-2a9. 



Official publications 

see Government publications 



Cfficial secrets 

see also Executive privileqe 

(Government information) 



Official secrets--f O.S. ] 

Defects in and abuses under the 
security classification system, and 
the competency of courts to decide 
national security questions. Nov. 
1a, 197a. 22 p. Wallace, Paul. 
Zafren, Daniel. 



Oil and gas from the outer 
continental shelf: comparison and 
analysis of S. 521, the "Energy 
Supply Act of 1975" and S. a26, the 
"Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act 
Amendments of 1975". Bar. 27, 
1975. a2 p. Rothberg, Paul. 
Dyas, Norma. 

Hultilith 75-90 SP 
Appears also in a committee 
print. Office of Technology 
Assessment. An analysis of the 
feasibility of separating 
exploration from production of 
oil and gas on the outer 
continental shelf. 1975. p. 182- 
226. 



Outer continental shelf petroleum 
leasing—an economic analysis. 
Jan. 10, 1975. 56 p. Oseem, 
Howard. 



153 



Oil depletion allowance 
see Depletion allowances 



Oil toney 

see Petrodollars 



Oil well drilling— [O.S. 1— Research 

Secondary and tertiary recovery 
of oil. Oct. 197tt. 58 F» Fiva, 
Joseph. 

Issued as a committee print, 
Hoase Committee on Science and 
Astronautics, Subcommittee on 
Energy, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



Oil pollution of the sea — Treaties 

Treaties and ether international 
agreements on fisheries, 
oceanographic resources, and 
wildlife to which the Cnited States 
is party. Dec. 31, 197a. 968 p. 
Browne, Barjorie. Branaman, Erenda. 
Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Commerce, 93d 
Cong. , 2d sess. 



Old age 
see Aged 



Old age, survivors and disability 
insurance 

Financing social security cash 
benefits. June 9, 1975. 11 p. 
Crowley, Francis. 

Bultilith 75-1U5 ED 



Oil pollution of the sea — [O.S. ] 
Oil and gas from the outer 
continental shelf: analysis of 
"Energy Supply Act" and summar 
the Senate debate on S. 3221. 
1, 19"75. 1tt p. Rothberg, Pau 
Appears in a committee pri 
Office cf Technology Assessment. 
An analysis of the feasibility of 
separating exploration from 
production cf oil and gas on 
outer continental shelf. 19 
p. 236-209. 



the 
T of 

Feb. 
1. 
nt. 



the 
!75. 



The social security retirement 
test. Bar. 2, 1973. 25 p. 
Revised Bar. 2«, 1975. 22 p. 
Crowley, Francis. 

Bultilith 75-102 ED 
Revision of Hultilith 73-59 ED. 
Hultilith 75-102 ED also 
appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed . ] v. 121, June 
26, 1975: S1170U-S1 1707. 



Oil sands—fCanada 1 — Research 

Energy from O.S. and Canadian tar 
sands: technical, environmental, 
eccnomic, legislative, and policy 
aspects. Dec. 1970. 90 f. 
Rothberg, Paul. Bian, Pauline. 
Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Science and 
Astronautics, Subcommittee cr 
Enerav, 93d Cong. , 2d sess. 



Oil sands — ("O.S. 1 — Research 

Energy from O.S. and Canadian tar 
sands: technical, environmental, 
economic, legislative, and policy 
aspects. Dec. 197«. 90 p« 
Rothberg, Paul. Bian, Pauline. 
Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Science and 
Astronautics, Subcommittee en 
Energy, 93d Cong. , 2d sess. 



Older Americans Act 

Summary of major provisions of 
the Older Americans Act of 1965, as 
amended: development cf major 
amendments, 1965-1970. Jan. 8, 
1970. 27 p. Revised Nov. 7, 1970. 
28 p. Tager, Evelyn. 
Bultilith 70-180 ED 
Revision of Bultilith 70-0 ED. 



Open shop 

see Onion security 



Oroanization of Petroleum Exporting 
Countries. 

O.P.E.C. : organization of the 
petroleum exporting countries, 
background, review and analysis. 
Oct. 2a, 197a. 35 p. Scuka, Dario. 
Bultilith 7a-189 E 



Oil shales— f O.S. 1 

Aluminum and sodium minerals from 

oil shale: technical, 

environmental, economic, 

legislative, and policy aspects of 

an undeveloped minerals source. 

Auq. 197a. 55 p. Rothberg, Eaul. 
Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee en Interior and 
Insular Affairs, Subcommittee on 
Hines and Kininq, 93d Cong., 2d 
sess. 



Oil shales— fwest (0.S.)1 

A compilation of documents 
relating to water availability for 
enerqy production, f Nov. 197a] 
1133 p. Brown, Howard. 

Appears in a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs. Hater and 
energy self-sufficiency. 197U. 
p. 19-1151. 



Organizations 

see Names of specific associations, 
institutions, 
organizations, etc. 



Organized crime — (O.S. ] — Bibliography 
Congressional hearings and 
reports en organized crime — a 
bibliography, 93rd Congress - 79th 
Congress. Aug. 23, 1S72. 6 p. 
Revised Bay 1U, 1975. 11 p. 
Yialet, Joyce. BcHugh, Catherine, 
rev. Saxon, Biriam, rev. 

Bultilith 75-128 ED 

Revision of Bultilith 72-183 ED. 



154 



Organized crime — [D.S.1 — Law and 
legislation 

Congressional hearings and 
reports on organized crime — a 
bibliography, 93rd Congress - 79th 
Corqress. Aug. 23, 1972. 6 p. 
Revised Hay 1U, 1975. 11 p. 
vialet, Joyce. HcHugh, Catherine, 
rev. Saxcn, Hiriam, rev. 
Hultilith 75-128 ED 
Revision of Hultilith 72-183 ED. 



Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act 
Oil and qas from the outer 
continental shelf: comparison and 
analysis of S. 521, the "Energy 
Supply Act of 1975" and S. 126, the 
"Otter Continental Shelf Lands Act 
Amendments of 1975". Har. 27, 
1975. 12 p. Rothberg, Paul. 
Dyas, Norma. 

Hultilith 75-90 SP 
Appears also in a committee 
print. Office of Technology 
Assessment. An analysis of the 
feasibility of separating 
exploration from production of 
oil and gas en the outer 
continental shelf. 1975. p. 182- 
226. 



Outer continental shelf petroleum 
leasing — an economic analysis. 
Jan. 10, 1975. 56 p. Oseem, 
Howard. 



Haterials shortages: paper. Nov, 
197U. 38 p. Blodgett, John. 
Gilroy, Angele. 

Issued as a committee print. 

Senate Committee on Government 

Operations, Permanent 

Subcommittee on Investigations, 

93d Cono. , 2d sess. 



Parliamentary government — Pro and con 
How can the Federal political 
system be improved? A collection 
of excerpts and bibliography 
relating to the high school debate 
topic, 197U-75. [Aug.] 197U. 38U 
p. Hoe, Ronald. Yacker, Hare. 
Gorman, Joseph. Pauls, Frederick. 
Lampson, Edward. Horgan, Anne. 
Issued as Senate document no. 
93-79, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



Parochial schools 
see Church schools 



Parties to actions — [U.S. ] 

Standing of Hembers of Congress 
to sue. Hay 1«, 1975. 30 p. 
Helsheimer, John. 

Hultilith 75-136 A [569/62] 



Party organization in Congress 

see Congressional party organization 



Paints and varnishes — [O.S.I — Law and 
legislation 

Environmental health effects of 
lead: an analysis of the issues and 
congressional actions. Dec. 18, 
1973. i»5 p. Revised Har. 15, 
1975. U9 p. HcCullough, James. 
Hultilith 75-95 SP 
Revision of Hultilith 7U-3 SP. 



Pakistan 

The food situation in Pakistan. 
Jar. 15, 1975. 67 p. Shuey, 
Robert. 

Hultilith 75-118 F 



Passports--[ 0. S. ]--Legal cases 

Cases relating to subversive 
activities appealed to the Supreme 
Court of the Onited States. Apr. 
1, 1968. 135 p. Sept. 12, 1 97U . 
118, 6 p. Celada, Raymond. Dale, 
Charles. 

Hultilith 7U-165 A [548/272] 
Revision of Hultilith A 233 
[U33/272] 



Payroll tax (Social security) 
see Social security taxes 



Panama Canal 

Economic ratifications of future 
Panama Canal control and use: a 
survey. Apr. 3, 1975. 15 p. 
Cole, Leon. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
House. Committee on 
Appropriations. Subcommittee on 
the Dept. of Transportation and 
Related Agencies. Department of 
Transportation and related 
agencies appropriations for 1976. 

Hearings, 9«ith Cong., 1st sess. 
1975. p. 65-79. 



Paper and Faper products — [U.S.] 

Federal policy issues in the 
recycling cf wastepaper. Har. m, 
1973. 115 p. Revised July 31, 
197U. 123 p. Bullis, Harold. 
Hultilith 7U- 1UU SP 
Revision of Hultilith 73-66 SP. 



Peace 
see 



Arms control 

International organization 
War 



Peaceful uses of atomic energy 

Peaceful nuclear exports and 
weapons proliferation; a 
compendium. Apr. 1975. 1355 p. 
Donnelly, Barren. Rather, Barbara. 
Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations, 90th Cong., 1st sess. 

Harren Donnelly and Barbara 
Rather assisted the committee in 
the preparation of the report. 



Penology 

see Prison; 



Pensions 

see also Employee benefit plans 
Military pensions 
Social security 



155 



Pensions — TO. S. 1 

Effects of social security 
increases on benefits from other 
programs. Jan. u, 197U. 12 p. 
Revised Feb. 18, 1975. 12 p. 
House, Sharon. 

Hultilith 75-5U ID 

Revision of Hultilith 7tt-2 Ed. 



Personal rapid transit — [Horgantown, « 
Va. ] 

Federal research and 
demonstrations in new transit 
technology: the Horgantown, Best 
Virginia project. Hay 23, 1975. 
53 p. Ccle, Leon. 

Hultilith 75-80 E 



Inteoraticn cf crivate pension 
plans with social security. [Dec. 
197«1 26 p. Schnitt, Raymond. 
Appears in a -joint committee 
print. Joint Economic Committee, 
Subcommittee on Fiscal Policy. 
Issues in financing retirement 
income. 197U. p. 173-198. 



Pensions — CO. S.I — Law and legislation 

Leqislation in the 93rd Congress 
relatinq to the elderly: enacted 
and introduced. Revised Feb. U, 
1975. 20 p. Tager, Evelyn. 

Pevision issued as Hultilith 75 
30 ED. 



Private pensicn plan reform: a 
summary of the Employee Retirement 
Income Security Act of 197U (Fublic 
Law 93-U06). Sept. 19, 197a. 23 
p. Henle, Peter. Schmitt, Faymond. 
Hultilith 7«-183 ED 



Periodicals— ro.S. 1 

The legislative scene; a 
descriptive list of selected 
newsletters, lournals, and other 
periodical publications covering 
congressional activities. Jan. 9, 
1970. 11 p. Revised Dec. 19, 
1972. 12 p. Second revision Dec. 
31, 197a. 1U p. Kellogq, 
Hargaret. Vassallo, Paul. 
Hadlock, Walter, rev. 
Hultilith 7U-22U CR 
Supersedes Hultiliths 72-265 CP 
and 70-276 CP. 



Pesticides 

see Herbicides 



Petrochemicals — [U.S. ] 

Haterials shortages: the 
petrochemicals industry. Sept. 
197a. 17 p. Gushee, David. 

Issued as a committee print, 
Senate Ccmmittee on Government 
Operations, Permanent 
Subcommittee on Investigations, 
93d Cong. , 2d sess. 



Petrodollars 

see also Balance of payments 
Foreign investments 
Petroleum prices 



International financial 
information: problems connected 
with the oil price increases, 
capital flows, and investments. 
Har. u, 1975. U2 p. Scuka, Dario. 



The petrodollar problem. June 
26, 1975. 26 p. flertman, Patricia. 



Petroleum--[ Foreign ] 

Hacro-economic cost of the $1.00 
bbl. import duty on petroleum. 
[Bar. 7, 1975] 2 p. Kumins, 
Lawrence. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record ("daily ed. ] v. 121, Har. 
26, 1975: S5135-S5136. 



Permanent registration 
see Voter registration 



Personal income tax — [0.S.1 

Harital status as a factor in the 
Federal income tax treatment of 
individuals. Dec. 2U, 197U. 33 p. 
Drake, Susan. 

Hultilith 7«-235 E 



Personal income tax— [O.S.] — Law and 
legislation 

Proposed tax reform: summaries of 

items included in the tentative 

decisions of the Committee on Bays 

and fleans. House cf 

Representatives, 53rd Congress. 

Hov. «, 197a. 95 p. Drake, Susan. 
Gravelle, Jane. Kohnen, Harold. 

Harlev, Ann. 



The Tax Feducticn Act of 1975, 
P.L. 9a-12, (H.F. 2166): the 
leqislative development of each 
provision, includinq those items 
not adopted. Apr. 11, 1975. 58 

Drake, Susan. Gravelle, Jane. 
Kchnen, Harold. 

Hultilith 75-108 E 



Petroleum — [ Foreign }-- Tarif f 

The econcmic impact of an 

additional $1 crude oil import 

surcharge and old oil decontrol. 

[Hay 29, 1975] 2 p. Kumins, 

Lawrence. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. ] v. 121, June 
3, 1975: E2813-E28ia. 

Also in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Commerce. 
Subcommittee for Consumers. 
Impact on the consumer of the 
administration's energy 
proposals. Hearing, 9ath Cong., 
1st sess. 1975. p. 141-1U3. 



Petroleum — [OPEC countries] 

O.P.E.C. : organization of the 
petroleum exporting countries, 
background, review and analysis. 
Oct. 2a, 197a. 35 p. Scuka, Dario. 
Hultilith 7a-189 E 



156 



Petroleum--f CS. 1 

Secondary and tertiary recovery 
of oil. Oct. 1974. 58 p. Biva, 
Joseph. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Rouse Committee on Science and 
Astronautics, Subcommittee en 
Enerqy, 93d Conq., 2d sess. 



Summary of testimony presented by 
panelists on the sub-ject of the 
enerqy crisis and proposed 
solutions on larch 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 
10, 11, 12, 13, and m, 1975. 
[Bar. 19751 51 p. Conqressional 
Research Service. 

Issued as a committee print. 

House Committee on Ways and 

Hears, 94th Ccnq., 1st sess. 
Prepared by the staff with the 

assistance of CRS. 



Summary of the enerqy 
conservation and demand manaqement 
opticas presented in the Prelect 
Independence Report (blueprint) . 
TNov. 2tt, 1974] 4 p. Anderson, 
Robert. 

Appears in 0. S. Conqress. 

House. Committee on Interior and 

Insular Affairs. Subcommittee on 

the Environment. Prolect 

Independence blueprint. 

Hearinqs, 93d Ccnq., 2d sess. 

1975. p. 166-169. 



Petroleum in submerged lands — [O.S.S.R. ] 
Soviet ocean activities: a 
preliminary survey. Apr. 30, 1975. 

81 p. Franssen, Herman. Hielke, 
James. Riva, Joseph. Dodge, 
Christopher. Sherman, Harvey. 
Hardt, John. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee en Commerce and 
the National Ocean Study Policy, 
94th Cong., 1st sess. 



Petroleum in submerged 1 
Law and legislation 

Oil and gas from 
continental shelf: 
analysis of S. 521, 
Supply Act of 1975" 
"Outer Continental 
Amendments of 1975" 
1975. 42 p. Rothb 
Dyas, Norma. 

tlultilith 75-90 
Appears also in 
print. Office of 
Assessment. An a 
feasibility of se 
exploration from 
oil and gas on th 
continental shelf 
226. 



ands — [ 0. S. ]-- 

the outer 

comparison and 
the "Energy 
and S. 426, the 

Shelf Lands Act 

. Bar. 27, 

erg, Paul. 

SP 

a committee 
Technology 
nalysis of the 
parating 
production of 
e outer 
. 1975. p. 182- 



Outer continental shelf petroleum 
leasing--an economic analysis. 
Jan. 10, 1975. 56 p. Oseem, 
Howard. 



Petroleum conservation — [0.S.1 

Autc emission standards and air 
quality. Jan. 21, 1975. 8 p. 
Trumbule, Robert. 



Petroleum conservation — [O.S. ] — Law and 
leqislaticr 

Enerqy conservation leqislation 
in the 93rd Conqress: a summary. 
July 22, 1974. 95 p. Donnelly, 
Warren. 

Multilith 74-139 EP 
Appears also in a committee 
print. Senate Committee on 
Interior and Insular Affairs. 
Readinqs on enerqy conservation. 
1975. p. 367-465. 



Petroleum in submerqed lands — 
rcalifornial 

Outer continental shelf oil and 
qas leasinq off southern 
California: analysis of issues. 
Nov. 1974. 100 p. Curlin, James. 
Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Commerce, 93d 
Conq. , 2d sess. 



Petroleum in submerqed lands — [ Gt. Brit. 1 
North Sea oil and qas: impact of 
development en the coastal zone. 
Oct. 1974. 177 p. Doumani, 
Georqe. Franssen, Herman. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Commerce, 93d 
Conq. , 2d sess. 

Georqe Dcumani and Herman 
Franssen assisted in the 
preparation of the report. 



Petroleum industry — [Canada] 

Enerqy from O.S. and Canadian tar 
sands: technical, environmental, 
economic, legislative, and policy 
aspects. Dec. 1974. 90 p. 
Rothberg, Paul. Mian, Pauline. 
Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Science and 
Astronautics, Subccmtittee on 
Energy, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



Petroleum industry — [France] 

A study of the relationships 
between the government and the 
petroleum industry in selected 
foreiqn countries: France. Feb. 
28, 1975. 17 p. nian, Pauline. 
Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 94th Conq., 1st 
sess. 



Petroleum industry— [Gt. Brit.] 

A study of the relationships 
between the government and the 
petroleum industry in selected 
foreign countries: United Kingdom. 
[Dec. 1974] 95 p. lampson, Edward. 
Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 94th Cong., 1st 
sess. 



Petroleum industry — [Italy] 

A study of the relationships 
between the government and the 
petroleum industry in selected 
foreiqn countries: Italy. [Jan. 
15, 1975] 9 p. nark, Clyde. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 94th Cong., 1st 
sess. 



157 



Petroleum industry — f Japan 1 

A study of the relationships 
between the government and the 
petroleum industry ir selected 
fcreiqn countries: Japan. [Jan. 
22, 15751 37 p. Niksch, Larry. 
Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committe? on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 9«th Cong., 1st 
sess. 



Petroleum industry — r Netherlands] 

A study of the relationships 
between the government and the 
petroleum indestry in selected 
foreiqn countries: the Netherlands. 

[Bar. 10, 1975] 33 p. lampson, 
Edward. 

Issued as a committee print, 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 94th Cong. , 1st 
sess. 



Petroleum industry 
The energy 
and public po 
106 p. Jones 
Valerie. Bea 
Jane. Howard 
Daniel. 

Issued as 
Senate Comm 
Insular Aff 
Subcommitte 
Operations, 
Several t 
Ccnaressicn 
v. 120, Peb 



--CU.S.] 

industry: organization 
licy. foct. 1 1974. 
, Douglas. Amerkhail, 
rd, Daniel. Gravelle, 
, Richard. Zafren, 

a committee print, 
ittee on Interior and 
airs. Special 
e on Integrated Cil 

93d Cong., 2d sess, 
ables appear in the 
al record r daily ed. ] 
. 18, 197U: S1761. 



Petroleum industry — [ 0. S. ] — Legal cases 
The energy industry: organization 
and public policy. [Oct.] 1974. 
106 p. Jones, Douglas. Amerkhail, 
Valerie. Beard, Daniel. Gravelle, 
Jane. Howard, Richard. Zafren, 
Daniel. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, Special 
Subcommittee on Integrated Oil 
Operations, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 

Several tables appear in the 
Congressional record [daily ed. ] 
v. 120, Feb. 18, 1974: S1761. 



Petroleum industry — [0. S. ] — Taxation 
Analysis of tax data of seven 
major oil companies. Nov. 1974. 
1U p. Gravelle, Jane. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee en Government 
Operations, Permanent 
Subcommittee on Investigations, 
93d Cong., 2d sess. 

Appears also in the 
Congressional record [daily ed. ] 
v. 120, Dec. 2, 1974: S20294- 
S20299. 



Background readings on eneroy 
policy. Har. 1, 1975. e83 p. 
Anderson, Robert. Chatham, George. 

Gravelle, Jane. Gulick, Prances. 
Gushee, David. Lindahl, David. 
Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Bays and 
Heans, 9ith Cong., 1st sess. 

CRS assisted the staff in the 
compilation. 



Materials shortages: the 
petrochemicals industry. Sept. 
1974. 17 p. Gushee, David. 

Issued as a committee print. 

Senate Committee on Government 

Operations, Permanent 

Subcommittee on Investigations, 

93d Cong. , 2d sess. 



Percentaae depletion allowances 
for oil and the profit picture in 
the oil industry--197U-75, with 
special reference to the 
independent producers. [Har. 7, 
19751 2 p. Gravelle, Jane. 

Appears in the Congressional 

record [daily ed. ] v. 121, Har. 

13, 1975: S3917-S3918. 

Also in the Conaressicnal 

record [daily ed. ] v. 121, Bar. 

20, 19T5: S4508-S4510. 



Summary of principal provisions 
of the Internal Revenue Code 
affecting energy resources, 
production and consumption (oil, 
gas, and coal). Nov. 9, 1973. 9 
p. Revised June 6, 1975. 14 p. 
Leibowitz, George. Tannenwald, 
Robert, rev. 

Hultilith 75-150 E 



Petroleum industry — [Best Germany] 
A study of the relationships 
between the government and the 
petroleum industry in selected 
foreign countries: the Pederal 
Republic of Germany. [Hay 7, 1975] 
99 p. Lampson, Edward. 

Issued as a committee print, 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 94th Cong., 1st 



Petroleum industry — [0 
The energy indu 
and public policy 
106 p. Jones, Do 
Valerie. Beard, 
Jane. Howard, Ri 
Daniel. 

Issued as a c 
Senate Committe 
Insular Affairs 
Subcommittee en 
Operations, 93d 
Several table 
Congressional r 
v. 120, Feb. 18 



. S. ]--History 
stry: organization 
. [Oct. ] 197«. 

uglas. Amerkhail, 
Daniel. Gravelle, 
chard. Zafren, 

ommittee print, 
e on Interior and 
, Special 
Integrated Oil 
Cong., 2d sess. 
s appear in the 
ecord [ daily ed. ] 
, 1974: S1761. 



Petroleum law and legislation — [Gt. 
Brit.] 

A study of the relationships 
between the government and the 
petroleum industry in selected 
foreign countries: United Kingdom. 
[Dec. 1974] 95 p. Lampson, Edward. 
Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 94th Cong. , 1st 
sess. 



158 



Petroleum law and leaislation — [Italy] 
A study of the relationships 
between the qcvemment and the 
petroleum industry in selected 
foreicn countries: Italy. [Jan. 
15, 1975 1 9 p. "lark, Clyde. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 9Uth Cong. , 1st 
sess. 



Financial impact of oil pricing 
policies. Oct. 3, 1970. p. 
Kumins, Lawrence. 

Appears also in U.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Commerce. 
Natural Gas Production and 
conservation Act of 1970. 
Hearings, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 
197U. p. 289-291. 



Petroleum law and legislation — [0.S.1 
Oil and gas from the outer 
continental shelf: analysis of the 
"Enerqy Supply Act" and summary of 
the Senate debate on S. 3221. Peb. 
1, 1975. 10 p. Rothberg, Paul. 
Appears in a committee print. 
Office of Technology Assessment. 
An analysis of the feasibility of 
separating exploration from 
production of oil and gas or the 
outer continental shelf. 1975. 
p. 236-249. 



Petroleum prices 

see also Petrodollars 



Percentage 
for oil and 
the oil indu 
special refe 
independent 
1975] 2 p. 
Appears 
record [da 
13, 1975: 
Also in 
record [da 
20, 1975: 



depletion allowances 
the profit picture in 
stry— 197«-75, with 
rence to the 
producers. [Bar. 7, 

Gravelle, Jane, 
in the Congressional 
ily ed. ] v. 121, Bar. 
S3917-S3918. 
the Congressional 
ily ed. ] v. 121, Har. 
S0508-S0510. 



O.S. energy policy: the minimum 
Lmport price of oil. May 16, 1975, 
7 p. Riefman, Alfred. 
Hultilith 75-129 S 



International financial 
information: problems connected 
with the oil price increases, 
capital flows, and investments. 
Har. «, 1975. 02 p. Scuka, Dario. 



Petroleum prices — [OPEC countries] 

Analysis of economic impact of 35 
percent increase in OPEC prices. 
Jure 20, 1975. 20 p. Farb, Barren. 
Bith an abbreviated table, 
appears also in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. ] v. 121, July 
9, 1975: S12151-S12152. 



Petroleum prices — [O.S.I 

The economic impact of an 

additional $1 crude oil import 

surcharge and old oil decontrol. 

[flay 29, 1975] 2 p. Kumins, 

Lawrence. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. 1 v. 121, June 
3, 1S75: E2813-E2810. 

Also in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Commerce. 
Subcommittee for Consumers. 
Impact on the consumer of the 
administration's energy 
proposals. Hearing, 90th Cong., 
1st sess. 1975. p. 101-103. 



Economic impact of old oil price 
decontrol and the cost of raising 
the price of old oil recovered via 
enhanced techniques. Apr. 29, 
1975. 12 p. Kumins, Lawrence. 



Physicians— [O.S. ] 

Professional Standards Review 
Organizations (PSRO's) for review 
of services under Medicare and 
Medicaid (section 209F of P.L. 92- 
603). Nov. 1, 1973. 57 p. 
Revised June 27, 1975. 06, 8, 16, 
8 p. 0' Sullivan, Jennifer. 

Hultilith 75-155 ED 

Revision of Hultilith 73-185 ED. 



Physicians — [O.S. 1 — Salaries 

Comparison of physicians' 
salaries: Veterans Administration, 
Oniformed Services (including 
Public Health Service) , and the 
private sector. Apr. 21, 1975. 13 
p. Nemesnyik, Ilona. 
Hultilith 75-119 ED 
Appears also in O.S. Congress. 
House. Committee on Veterans' 
Affairs. Subcommittee on 
Hospitals. Salaries of 
physicians in the V.A. hospital 
system. Hearings, 90th Cong., 
1st sess. 1975. f« 193-199. 

Also ir. Bouse report no. 90- 
339, Committee on Veterans' 
Affairs. Veterans' 
Administration Physicians and 
Dentists Comparability Pay Act of 
1975. 1975. p. 31-38. 

Also in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Veterans' 
Affairs. Subcommittee on Health 
and Hospitals. Veterans' 
Administration Physician Pay 
Comparability Act of 1975. 
Hearings, 9"th Cong., 1st sess. 
1975. p. 525-532. 



Economic impact report on 
deregulation of natural qas. Nov. 
5, 197U. 6 p. Kumins, Lawrence. 
Appears in O.S. Conqress. 

Senate. Committee on Commerce. 

Natural Gas Production and 

Conservation Act of 1970. 

Hearings, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 

1970. p. 280-289. 



Piracy 

see International law 
Haritime law 



Planned parenthood 
see Birth control 



159 



Planning— ro.S. 1 

Lena-ten Federal aqency 
planninq. July 19, 1970. 107 p. 
HcGrath, James. 



Political ethics 

see Conflict of interests 

Congressional ethics 
Financial disclosure 



Plant investments 

see Capital investments 



Political parties 

see also Communist parties 

Third parties (U.S. politics) 



Plant protection—Treaties 

Treaties and other international 
aqreements en fisheries, 
oceancqraphic resources, and 
wildlife to which the United States 
is partv. Dec. 31, 1970. 968 p. 
Erowne, Harlorie. Eranaman, Erenda. 
Issued as a committee print, 

Senate Committee on Commerce, 93d 

Cona., 2d sess. 



Plutonium— ro.S. ] 

Whether the Nuclear Requlatcrv 
Commission should be required to 
file an environmental impact 
statement concerning its licensing 
of the importation of plutonium. 
Bar. 25, 1975. o p. Pubin, Janice. 
Appears in a committee print. 

Senate Committee on Government 

Cperaticns. Peaceful nuclear 

experts and weapons 

proliferation. 1975. p. 019-022. 



Political conventions 

see also Nominations for office 
Political parties 
Presidential primaries 
Primaries 



Political conventions — t U.S.I 

The Democratic National charter 
and mid-term national conference: a 
background analysis. Dec. 1, 1970. 
28 p. Casey, Carcl. 
nultilith 



Political parties- 
Elections — 
affiliation a 
registration, 
participation 
preparation: 
laws. Nov. 1 
Revised Dec. 
Yadlosky, Eli 
Patricia, rev 
rev. Burdett 
nultilith 
Revision 
[093/110] 



-f U.S. ]— State laws 

political party 

s an aspect of voter 

primary 
, and ballot 
a compilation of state 

2, 1970. 199 p. 

3, 197a. 178 p. 
zabeth. Fiori, 

Durbin, Thomas, 
e, Robert, rev. 

70-208 A [555/110 R ] 
of nultilith 70-297 A 



Political prisoners 

Political imprisonment in 
countries receiving U.S. foreign 
assistance and the application of 
section 32 of the Foreign 
Assistance Act of 1973. July 22, 
1970. 3 p. Nanes, Allan. 

Appears in the Congressional 

record [daily ed. ] v. 120, Aua. 

6, 1970: H7777-H7779. 



Political rights — [U.S.I — Legal cases 
Cases relating to subversive 
activities appealed to the Supreme 
Court of the United States. Apr. 
1, 1968. 135 p. Sept. 12, 1970. 
118, 6 p. Celada, Raymond. Dale, 
Charles. 

nultilith 70-165 A [508/272] 
Revision of nultilith A 233 
[033/272] 



The draft charter of the 
Democratic Party of the United 
States: an analysis of major 
provisions to be debated at the 
conference on Democratic Party 
organization. Nov. 30, 197a. 30 
p. German, Joseph, 
nultilith 



National cenventions. Sept. 9, 
197a. 16 p. Casey, Carol. 



Politics and government 

see also nunicipal politics and 
government 
State politics and government 



Politics and government — [American Samoa] 
American Samoa: a descriptive and 
historical profile. Oct. 8, 197a. 
83 p. Tansill, Silliam. 
nultilith 70-233 GGR 



Political conventions — [U.S. 1 — Pro and 
con 

How can the Federal political 
system be improved? A collection 
of excerpts and bibliography 
relating to the hiqh school debate 
topic, 1970-75. [Auq.] 197tt. 38U 
p. Hoe, Ronald. lacker. Hare. 
Gorman, Joseph. Pauls, Frederick. 
Lampson, Edward. Horqan, Anne. 
Issued as Senate document no. 
93-79, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



Politics and government — [Cambodia] 

Negotiations and a settlement in 
Cambodia. Oct. 23, 1S70. 20 p. 
Haggard, H. T. 

Appears in U.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Foreign 
Relations. Subcommittee on 
Foreign Assistance and Economic 
Policy. Supplemental assistance 
tc Cambodia. Hearings, 9ath 
Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 180- 
205. 



Political crimes 
see Anarchism 

Impeachments 
Political prisoners 
Subversive activity 



160 



Politics and government — r Chile] — 
Bibliography 

Bibliography en Chile during the 
Allende years, September 1973- 
Ncvember 23, 1970 [with update 
through Jan. 21, 1975. Nov. 23, 
1970 1 12 p. Library Services 
Division. 

Appears in U.S. Congress. 
House. Committee on Foreign 
Affairs. Subcommittee on Inter- 
American Affairs. United States 
and Chile during the Allende 
years, 1970-1973. Hearings. 
1975. p. 069-081. 



Poor — [ U.S. 1 

The effect of inflation on the 
low income consumer. Aug, 29, 
1973. 9 p. Revised Nov. 20, 1970. 
11 p. Useem, Howard, 
nultilith 70-203 F. 
Revision of nultilith 70-158 E. 



Population 

see also Birth control 

Population statistics 



Pollution — f U. S. ] 

Congressional interest in energy 
and the environment as reflected ii 
the Congressional Record Index, 
1905-1971. Nov. 1, 1970. 129 p. 
Rather, Barbara, 
nultilith 



Population — [ Palestine] 

A brief history of terrorism and 
mob violence in Falestine prior to 
the independence of Israel. Aug. 
27, 1970. 15 p. Hark, Clyde. 



Population shifts 
see Emigration 



Pollution control 

see also Air pollution control 

Refuse and refuse disposal 
Hater pollution control 



Pollution control — ru.S. 1 — Finance 

Potential effects of application 
of air and water guality standards 
on agriculture and rural 
development. Jan. 2, 1975. 331 p. 
Einiek, Joseph. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Agriculture 
and Forestry, Subcommittee ct 
Rural Development, 93d Cong., 2d 
sess. 



The status cf environmental 
economics. June 1975. 203 p. 
Biriek, Joseph. 

Issued as a committee print. 

Senate Committee on Public Berks, 

90th Cong., 1st sess. 



Pollution control — f U.S.I — Law and 
legislation 

A ccmpilaticn of Federal laws 
relating to conservation and 
development of our Nation's fish 
and wildlife resources, 
envircrmental guality, and 
oceanography. Jan. 1975. 800 p. 
Williams- Grover. 

Issued as a cemmittee print. 
House Committee on Merchant 
narine and Fisheries, 90th Cong. 
1st sess. 



Environmental pollution: 
legislation and programs of the 
Environmental Protection Agency, 
flar. 26, 1971. 63 p. Revised Har. 
2C, 1970. 80 p. Second revision 
Apr. 17, 1975. 93 p. Blodgett, 
John. 

nultilith 75-9 EP 

Revision of lultiliths 70-66 EP 
and 71-99 EP. 



Poor 

see also 



Antipcvertv program 
Child welfare 
Public welfare 
Unemployment 



Population statistics — [Eastern Europe] 
Reorientation and commercial 
relations of the economies of 
Eastern Europe. Aug. 16, 1970. 
771 p. Hardt, John. Hclliday, 
George. 

Issued as a joint cemmittee 
print. Joint Economic Committee, 
93d Cong. , 2d sess. 

John Hardt planned the scope of 
the research and coordinated and 
edited the contributions to this 
compendium of papers. He was 
assisted by George Hclliday. 



Pornography — [U.S.] — Law and legislation 
Prohibition against the use of 
the mails for distribution of 
obscene material and for pandering 
sexually oriented advertisements: 
pertinent provisions of the U.S. 
Criminal Code and Postal 
Reorganization Act of 1970 (Public 
Law 91-375) , and a resume of 
significant court decisions. Sept. 
30, 1970. 21 p. Wallace, Paul, 
nultilith 70-173 A [550/209] 



Pornography — [U.S.] — Legal cases 

Prohibition against the use of 
the mails for distribution of 
obscene material and for pandering 
sexually oriented advertisements: 
pertinent provisions of the U.S. 
Criminal Code and Postal 
Reorganization Act of 1970 (Public 
Law 91-375), and a resume of 
significant court decisions. Sept. 
30, 1970. 21 p. Wallace, Paul, 
nultilith 70-173 A [550/209] 



Postal law and legislation — [U.S.] — 

Legal cases 

Prohibition against the use of 
the mails for distribution of 
obscene material and for pandering 
sexually oriented advertisements: 
pertinent provisions cf the U.S. 
criminal Code and Postal 
Reorganization Act of 1970 (Public 
Law 91-3?f), and a resume of 
significant court decisions. Sept. 
30, 1970. 21 p. Wallace, Paul, 
nultilith 70-173 A [550/209] 



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Postal service 

see Frar.kinq privileqe 

Postal law and leqislation 



Potable water — r Louisiana] — Fesearch 

Cancer-causinq aqents in drinkinq 
water. Nov. 20, 197U. 10 p. 
Becker, S. William. 



Potable water — [0.S.1 

Cancer-causicq aqents in drinkinq 
water. Nov. 20, 197«. 10 p. 
Becker, S. William. 



Antipoverty proqram 

Tnccme maintenance proqrams 

Poor 

Public welfare 

Oneiployment 



Power (Constitutional law) 
see Conoressicnal powers 
Presidential powers 
Separation of powers 



Power resources 

see also Electric pcwer 

Enerqv conservation 

Enerqy law and leqislation 

Enerqv pclicy 

Enerqy prices 

Enerqy research 

Fuel 



Congressional interest in energy 
and the environment as reflected in 
the Congressional Record Index, 
19U5-1971. Nov. 1, 1971. 129 p. 
Father, Earbara. 
Hultilith 



Energy pclicy and resource 
management. July 197a. 100 p. 
Congressional Fesearch Service. 
Griffin, Winifred. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Science and 
Astronautics, Subcommittee on 
Energy, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



Federal energy organization. 
Bar. U, 1975. 29 p. Abbasi, Susan. 
Hultilith 75-66 IP 



Readings en energy conservation. 
[Jan. 6, 1975] 570 p. Anderson, 
Fobert. Beard, Daniel. 

Issued as a committee print. 

Senate committee en Interior and 

Insular Affairs, 9ttth Ccng. , 1st 

sess. 



Summary of testimony presented by 
panelists on the subject of the 
energy crisis and proposed 
solutions on March 3, U, 5, 6, 7, 
10, 11, 12, 13, and m, 1975. 
[Har. 1975] 51 p. Congressional 
Fesearch Service. 

Issued as a committee print. 

House Committee on Ways and 

Means, 9&th Cong., 1st sess. 
Prepared by the staff with the 

assistance of CFS. 



The development and allocation of 
scarce world resources: selected 
excerpts and references relating to 
the national debate topics for high 
schools 1975-1976. nay 1975. 399 
p. norqan, Anne. Baker, Janice. 
Donnelly, Warren. Sherman, Harvey. 
Huqhes, Steve. 

Issued as Senate document no. 

9U-U5, 9Uth Cor. q. , 1st sess. 



Power resources — [O.S. ] — Bibliography 
Energy pclicy and resource 
management. July 197«. 100 p. 
Congressional Research Service. 
Griffin, Winifred. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Science and 
Astronautics, Subcommittee on 
Energy, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



Preliminary biblioqraphy on 1975- 
76 hioh school debate topic: "what 
policy for the development and 
allocation of scarce world 
resources would best serve the 
interest of the people of the 
world." Bar. 1975. 7 p. Morgan, 
Anne. 

Hultilith 75- 7U D 



Power resources — [ O.S. ] — Taxation 

Supplemental bibliography on 
energy tax policy. Feb. 26, 1975. 
5 p. Gravelle, Jane. 

Appears in a committee print. 
House Committee on Ways and 
Means. Background readings on 
energy policy. 1975. p. «1«-U1l 



Power resources--[ O.S. 1 

Eackqround readinos on enerqy 
pclicy. Har. 1, 1975. 883 p. 
Anderson, Robert. Chatham, Georqe. 

Gravelle, Jane. Gulick, Frances. 
Gushee, David. Lindahl, David. 
Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Ways and 
Means, 9Uth Conq., 1st sess. 

CRS assisted the staff in the 
ccmpilaticn. 



A compilation of documents 
relatinq to water availability for 
enerqy production. [Nov. 197tt] 
1133 p. Brown, Howard. 

Appears in a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs. Water and 
enerqy self-sufficiency. 197U. 
p. 19-1151. 



Power resources policy 
see Energy policy 



Practical politics 
see Campaign funds 

Nominations for office 
Politics and government 
Presidential primaries 
Primaries 

State politics and government 
Women in politics 
Terms beginning with the word 
Political 



Prayers in the public schools 

see Religion in the public school! 



162 



Prepaid medical care 
see Health insurance 



Preschool education — [ 0. S. 1 

Headstart: program description 
and leqislative history. Aug. 19, 
197U. U3 p. Giordano-Evans, 
Anaela. 

Hultilith 7U-157 ED 



President as Commander-in-Chief — 
Bibliography 

Congress, the President and the 
war powers: a bibliography. Oct. 
15, 1972. 8 p. Revised July 25, 
1973. 12 p. Second revision Dec. 
13, 197tt. 13 p. Wu, Leneice. 
Bite, Vita, rev. 

Hultilith 7U-231 F 
Supersedes Hultiliths 73-13U F 
and 72-228 F. 



Selected Federal programs which 
provide services relating to child 
care for preschool children. Har. 
12, 1975. 17 p. Education and 
Public Welfare Division. 
Hultilith 75-93 ED 



Preschool education — [ 0.S.1 — law and 
legislation 

Child care legislation in the 
93rd Congress. Feb. 3, 1975. 26 
p. Halone, Hargaret. 
Hultilith 75-3U ED 



Prescription pricinq — r 0.S.1 

Competitive problems in the drug 
industry: Federal drug procurement 
and purchase policies; summary and 
analysis. Dec. 2, 197tt. 56 p. 
Harkus, Glenn. Ebeler, Jack. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Select Committee on Small 
Business, Subcommittee on 
Honopoly, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



Presidential aides 

Abstracts of news analyses 
regarding the alleged role of Henry 
A. Kissinger in wiretaps of 
government officials and newsmen. 
July 8, 197U. 9 p. Christopher, 
Luella. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Foreign 
Relations. Dr. Kissinger's role 
in wiretapping. Hearings, 93d 
Cong. , 2d sess. 1974. p. 29-37. 



Science, technology, and American 
diplomacy; science and technology 
in the Department of State: 
bringing technical content into 
diplomatic policy and operations. 
June 1975. 180 p. Huddle, 
Franklin. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Cotrmittee on International 
Relations, Subcommittee on 
International Security and 
Scientific Affairs. 



Preservation of forests 
see Forest conservation 



Presidential aides — History 

The evolution of the Executive 
Office of the President. Har. 19, 
1975. 79 p. Relyea, Harold. 



Preservation of wildlife 
see wildlife conservation 



President and foreign policy 

see also Congress and foreign policy 



Presidential aides — Law and legislation 
Exemptions from the Hatch Act 
prohibition against taking an 
active part in political campaigns. 
Nov. 12, 197U. 32, 11 p. Fiori, 
Patricia. 



Executive aqreements: a survey of 
leqal and political controversies 
concerning their use in United 
States practice. Feb. 13, 1975. 
79 p. Sale, David. 

Hultilith 75-«5 A [ 563/281 ] 



Presidential appointments 

The senatorial power to confirm 
executive appointments: a review 
and contemporary assessment. Feb. 
5, 1975. 30 p. Hoe, Ronald. 



President and foreign policy — 
Biblioqraphy 

Conqress, the President and the 
war powers: a biblioqraphy. Oct. 
15, 1972. 8 p. Revised July 25, 
1973. 12 p. Second revision Dec. 
13, 197U. 13 p. wu, Leneice. 
Bite, Vita, rev. 

Hultilith 7U-231 F 
Supersedes Hultiliths 73-13U F 
and 72-228 F. 



President as Commander-in-Chief 

see also Conqress and military powers 
War and emerqency powers 



Presidential campaiqns 
see Campaign funds 

Presidential elections 



Presidential- Congressional relations 
see Congressional-Presidential 
relations 



Presidential elections—Law and 
legislation 

Popular elections and the Twenty- 
Fifth Amendment: an historical and 
legal analysis. Feb. 3, 1975. 3 
p. Killian, Johnny. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed . ] v. 121, Feb. 
3, 1975: S1371-S1373. 

Johnny Killian assisted the 
staff in the preparation of the 
report. 



163 



Presidential inability 

see Presidential succession 



Presidential libraries 

The management of Presidential 

papers: a brief overview. Sept. 

27, 1970. 7 p. Pelyea, Harold. 
Appears in O.S. Conoress. 
House. Committee on House 
Administration. Subcommittee on 
Printing. The "Public Documents 
Act." Hearings, 93d Cong., 2d 
sess. 1970. p. 102-108. 



Ownership cf Presidential papers. 
Sept. 2<i, 1S70. 6 p. Treacy, 
Vincent. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
House. Committee on House 
Administration. Subcommittee on 
Printing. The "Public Documents 
Act." Hearings, 93d Cong., 2d 
sess. 1970. p. 13"7-102. 



Presidential Fapers: their 
management, preservation and use. 
Bar. 10, 1975. 06 p. Relyea, 
Harold. 



Presidential Libraries Act 

Ownership of Presidential papers. 
Sept. 20, 1970. 6 p. Treacy, 
Vincent. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
House. Committee on House 
Administration. Subcommittee on 
Printing. The "Public Documents 
Act." Hearinas, 93d Cong., 2d 
sess. 1970. p. 137-102. 



Presidential powers 

see also Congressional powers 

Congressional- Presidential 

relations 
Executive agreements 
President as Commander-in- 
Chief 
Presidential appointments 
War and emergency powers 



Military aid cutoff to aggressor- 
recipients. Sept. 9, 1970. 2 p. 
Celada, Raymond. 

Appears in the Congressional 

record [daily ed. ] v. 120, Sept. 

11, 1970: H9170-H9176; Sept. 19: 

S17108-S17109. 



Presidential libraries — Law and 
legislation 

Congressional review of 
regulations issued by Administrator 
of General Services under 
Presidential Recordings and 
Materials Preservation Act. Par. 
19, 1975. p. Treacy, Vincent. 
Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Government 
Operations. GSA regulations 
implementira Presidential 
Pecordings and Materials 
Preservation Act. Hearino, 90th 
Cone, 1st sess. 1975. p. 69-72. 
Also in O.S. Congress. House. 
Committee en House 
Administration. Subcommittee on 
Printing. GSA regulations to 
implement title I of the 
Presidential Pecordings and 
Materials Preserva*ion Act. 
Hearinas, 90th Cono., 1st sess. 
1975. p. 151-150. 

Also in House report no. 90- 
560, Committee en House 
Administration. Disapproving 
regulations proposed by the 
General Services Administration 
implementing the Presidential 
Recordings and Materials 
Preservation Act. 1975. p. 65- 
69. 



Presidential powers — Eibliography 

Resolved: that the power of the 
Presidency should be significantly 
curtailed: a preliminary 
bibliography on the 1970-75 
intercollegiate debate topic. Aug. 
7, 1970. 12 p. Morgan, Anne. 
Multilith 70-107 GGR 



Pesolved: that the powers of the 
presidency should be curtailed; a 
collection of excerpts and 
bibliography relating to the 
intercolleaiate debate topic, 1970- 
75. [Nov. 1970] 328 p. Pelyea, 
Harold. ?isher, Louis. Gorman, 
Joseph. Morgan, Anne. 

Issued as Rouse document no. 93- 

273, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



Presidential powers — Pro and con 

Resolved: that the powers of the 
presidency should be curtailed; a 
collection of excerpts and 
bibliography relating to the 
intercollegiate debate topic, 1970- 
75. [Nov. 1970] 32e p. Relyea, 
Harold. Fisher, Louis. Gorman, 
Joseph. Morgan, Anne. 

Issued as House document no. 93- 
273, 93d Cono. , 2d sess. 



Constitutional questions raised 
by S. 0C16, a bill to protect and 
preserve tape recordings cf 
conversations of former President 
Nixon. Oct. 3, 1970. 2 p. 
Treacy, Vincent. 

Appears in the Conoressional 

record Tdaily ed. ] v. 120, Oct. 

o, 1970; S18327-S18328. 



Presidential primaries 

The Presidential primary: 
historical background, role in 
contemporary Presidential 
nominating politics, and proposals 
for reform. Sept. 9, 1970. 11 p. 
Gorman, Joseph. 



72-526 O - 76 - 12 



164 



Presidential primaries — Pro and con 
How can the Federal political 
systei be improved? A collection 
of excercts and bibliography 
relating to the high school debate 
topic, 1974-75. TAua.1 1974. 384 
p. nee, Ronald. lacker. Hare. 
Gorman, Joseph. Pauls, Frederick. 
Lampson, Edward. Horqan, Anne. 
Issued as Senate document no. 
93-79. 93d Ccr.q., 2d sess. 



Presidential Transition Act 

Eligibility of forter Presidents 
for transitional expenses provided 
by the Presidential Transition Act 
of 1963 (Pub. L. 88-2">7, Barch 7, 
1964, 78 Stat. 153). Sept. 197tt. 
Q p. flelsheimer, John. 

Portions of the report appear 

in the Congressional record 

fdaily ed. 1 v. 120, Oct. 2, 1"«: 

H9833. 



Presidential Recordings and Baterials 
Preservation Act 

Conqressional review of 
reoulaticns issued by Administrator 
of General Services under 
Presidential Fecordings ar.d 
Baterials Preservation Act. Bar. 
19, 1975. u p. Treacy, Vincent. 
Appears in O.S. Conoress. 
Senate. Committee on Government 
Operations. GSA regulations 
implementing Presidential 
Recordings and Baterials 
Preservation Act. Hearing, 94th 
Cone.. 1st sess. 1975. p. €9-72, 
Also in O.S. Conoress. House. 
Committee on House 
Administration. Subcommittee on 
Printinq. GSA reoulations to 
iacleaent title I of the 
Presidential Fecordinqs and 
Baterials Preservation Act. 
Rearinqs, 94th Conq., 1st sess. 
1975. p. 151-154. 

Also in Rouse report no. 94- 
560, Ccaaittee or. House 
Administration. Disapprovinq 
requlations proposed by the 
General Services Administration 
implementing the Presidential 
Fecordinqs and Baterials 
Preservation Act. 1975. p. 65- 
69. 



Presidential transitions — Finance 

Eligibility of fcraer Presidents 
for transitional expenses provided 
by the Presidential Transition Act 
of 1963 (Pub. L. 88-277, Barch 7, 
1964, 78 Stat. 153). Sept. 1074. 
8 p. Belsheiaer, John. 

Portions of the report appear 
in the Conqressional record 
(daily ed . ] v. 120, Oct. 2, 197u : 
H9833. 



Presidents 

Resolutions to iapeach, or to 
investigate the possibility of 
impeaching a President of the 
United States. July 8, 1974. 17 
p. Stathis, Stephen. 



Pressure groups 
see Lobbyists 



Preventive medicine 
see Health insurance 



Price control 

see Price regulation 



Presidential Recordinqs and Baterials 
Preservation Act (Proposed) 

Constitutional questions raised 
by S. 4016, a bill to protect and 
preserve tape recordinqs of 
conversations of foraer President 
Bixon. Oct. 3, 1974. 2 p. 
Treacy, Vincent. 

Appears in the Conqressional 
record Tdailv ed. 1 v. 120, Oct. 
u, 1Q74; S1P.-27-S18328. 



Price maintenance 

see Resale price maintenance 



Price regulation 

see also Hage-price policy 



Presidential euccession--Law and 
legislaticr 

Popular election* and the Twenty- 
Fifth Amendment: an historical and 
legal analysis. Feb. 3, 1975. 3 
p. Killian, Johnny. 

Arrears in the Congressional 
record fdaily ed. 1 v. 121, Feb. 
3. 1075: S1371-S1371. 

Jchnny Killiar assisted the 
staff in the preparation of the 
r- cert. 



Presidential term of office 

Presidential t"virf: a history 
and examination of the President's 
term of office. Dec. 31, 1974. f.* 
p. Pwyer. Paul. 

Bultilith 74-22 r,r,9 



Price regulation--f O.S. ] 

Financial impact of oil pricing 
policies. Oct. ", 10T4. 4 p. 
Kumin*. Lawrence. 

Appears also in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee en Commerce. 
Natural Gas Production and 
Conservation Act of 1°74. 
Hearings, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 
1«74. p. 280-201. 



Prices 

Baterials shortages; resources 
and shortaoes: an economic 
interpretation. Sept. 10"»u. 31 
nunn, LePoy. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations, Permanent 
Subcommittee on Investigations, 
93d Cong. , 2d sess. 



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Primaries--[O.S. 1--State laws 

Flections — political party 
affiliaticn as an aspect of voter 
reaistration, primary 
Darticipaticn, and ballot 
preparation: a compilation of state 
laws. Nov. 12, 1970. 199 p. 
Revised Dec. 3. 197U. 178 p. 
Yadlosky, Eli2abett. Fiori, 
Patricia, rev. Durbin, Thcmas, 
rev. Furd»tte, Robert, rev. 

Boltilith 7U-2C8 A r 555/110 PI 
Revision of Hultilith 7C-297 A 
f«93/110l 



Primary elections 

see Presidential primary 
Primaries 



Profit 

see also Excels prr 



Profit--f O.S. ] 

Percentaae depletion allowances 
for oil and the profit picture in 
the oil industry--197U-75, with 
special reference to th» 
independent proluc^rs. [Bar* 7, 
1975] 2 p. Gravelle, Jane. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed.] v. 121, Har. 
13, 1975: S3917-S3918. 

Also in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. ] v. 121, Har. 
20, 1975: SU508-SU510. 



Prison riots--rNew York/State 1 

Governor Nelson A. Pockefeller 
ar.d the Attica rebellion: an 
analysis. Sept. 23, 197U. U5 p. 
Hoore, Charlctte. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Poles and 
Administration. Nomination of 
Nelson A. Rockefeller of New York 
to be Vice President of the 
Onited States. Hearinas, °3d 
Ccna., 2d sess. 197a. p. 1351- 
13 95. 



Prisoners 

see Political prisoners 



Program evaluation 

see Evaluation research (Social 
action programs) 



Prelect Read Start. 

Child care legislation in the 
93rd Conqress. Feb. 3, 1975. 26 
p. Halone, Haraaret. 
Hultilith 75-3U ED 



Headstart: program description 
and legislative history. Aug. 19, 
197U. u? p. Giordano-Evans, 
Angela. 

Hultilith 7U-157 ED 



Prisoners of war — [O.S.] — North vietnai 
The POW/hia issue. [Feb. 20, 
19751 3 p. Grimmett, Bichard. 
Appears in the Conoressional 
reccrd [daily ed. ] v. 121, Apr. 
9, 1975: S5518-S5520. 



Property — [ O.S. ] 

Ownership of Presidential papers. 
Sept, 2U, 197a. 6 p. Treacy, 
Vincent. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
House. Committee on House 
Administration. Subcommittee on 
Printing. The "Public Documents 
Act." Hearings, 93d Ccng., 2d 
sess. 197a. p. 137-Ia2. 



Prisoners of war — [0.S.1 — Southeast Asia 
The return of American prisoners 
of war from Southeast Asia: a 
compilation of materials on the 
release of priscners-of-war and the 
missing-in-acticn recovery program. 

Oct. 29, 1973. 11a p. Revised 
Bar. 22, 1975. 152 p. Parlin, 
Flcvd. Grimmett, Pichard, rev. 
Hultilith 75-85 F 
Revision of Hultilith 73-iei F. 



Protection of children 
see Child welfare 



Protection of wildlife 

see Hildlife conservation 



Prisons — [District of Columbia] — History 
The history of the Lortcn prison 
complex. June 11, 1975. 3 p. 
Saxon, Hiriam. 



Privacy 

see Rioht of privacy 



Public administration 

see also Appropriations 

Executive departments 
Federal advisory bodies 
Government publicity 
Government spending 
Impeachments 
Intelligence services 
Public records 



Private schools 

see Church schools 

Federal aid tc private school! 
State aid to private schools 



Public administration--[O.S. ] 

Two decades of recommendations 
regarding records and paperwork 
management in the Federal 
Government. Sept. 18, 1970. 29 p. 
Relyea, Harold. Smith, Stephanie. 



Privileaes of Hembers of Congress 
see Concessional privileges and 
immunities 



166 



Public administration — ro.S. 1 — 
Eiblioqraphv 

Evaluation research in public 
administration: selected 
references, 1S67-197U. Oct. 21, 
197U. 9 p. Davenport, Nancy. 
Hultilith 7a- 186 L 



State and local governments: 
manaqement capabilities and 
accountability: an annotated 
bibliography. Jan. 30, 1975. 15 
p. Osboura, Sandra. 



Public assistance proqrams 

see also Income maintenance proqrais 
Bedicaid 

Supplemental security income 
proqram 



Aiounts required for "public 
assistance" for fiscal year 1975. 
TFeb. 10, 19751 9 p. Allman, Ann, 

Burke, ?ee. Canfield, Earl. 
Dean, Flora. Ebeler, Jack. 
Freeman, Brenda. Manes, Joseph. 
Richardson, Joe. Robinson, 
William. Sherman, Amy. 

Appears in O.s. Conqress. 

House. Committee on 

Appropriations. Second 

supplemental appropriation bill. 

Hearinqs, 9Uth Conq. , 1st sess. 

1975. p. 7U6-75U. 



Effects of social security 
increases on benefits frcm ether 
prcqrams. Jan. U, 197a. 12 p. 
Pevised Feb. 18, 1975. 12 p. 
House, Sharon. 

Hultilith 75-5U ED 

Revision of Hultilith 7U-2 Ed, 



Public finance 

see also Appropriations 
Bonds 

Fiscal policy 
Government spending 
Grants-in-aid 
Internal revenue 
Local finance 
Municipal finance 
State finance 
Tariff 



Public finance— [D.S. ] 

Treasury tax and lean account: 
Apr. 11, 1975. 16 p. Smale, 
Pauline. Bells, F. Jean. 



Public health 

see also Community health services 
Environmental health 
Hospitals 
Hedical care 
Occupational health and 

safety 
Radiation safety 
Refuse and refuse disposal 



Public health— [a. S. ]— Bibliography 
Evaluation research and its 
application to health programs: 
selected references, 1970-1 97a. 
Feb. 2U, 1975. 15 p. Davenport, 
Nancy. 

Hultilith 75-59 I 



Public health laws 

see Specific legal indexing terms 

related to public health, 
e.g. Narcotic laws, etc. 



The miqrant farmworker situation 
in the D. S. : the problems and the 
proqrams. Har. 16, 1972. U8 p. 
Revised Apr. 17, 1975. 5a p. 
Schmitt, Raymond. 

Hultilith 75-115 ED 
Revision of Hultilith 72-68 ED 
which also appears in a committee 
print. Senate Committee on Labor 
and Public welfare. Subcommittee 
on Hiqratory Labor. Federal and 
state statutes relatinq to farm 
workers; a compilation. 1972. 
P. 375-a26. 



Public authorities 

see Government corporations 



Public housing — [O.S.] — Law and 

legislation 

The Housing and Community 
Development Act of 197a (Public La* 
93-383): summary and analysis. 
Sept. 16, 197a. 76 p. Schussheim, 
Horton. Parente, Francis. Farb, 
Warren. Berlin, Barry. Katz, 
Jane. Wellons, Richard. 
Hultilith 7U-167 E 



Public lands 
see Land use 

National parks 

Petroleum in submerged lands 



Public debt 

see also Bonds 



Public officers 

see Federal employees 
Pederal officials 



Public debt—f O.S. ")— Statistics 

National debt of the United 
States: historical survey and 
analysis. Revised Sept. 27, 197a. 
69 p. Brite, George. Braden, 
John, rev. 

Revision issued as Hultilith 7a- 
172 E 



167 



Public opinion — [O.S. 1 

An analysis of the results of the 
Business Poundtable poll on the 
Consumer Advocacy Agency. Hay 6, 
1975. « p. Melnick, Daniel. 

Appears in the Conqressicnal 
record [daily ed. 1 v. 121, June 
6, 1975: S1008-S1011. 

Appears alsc in U.S. Conqress. 
House. Committee on Government 
Operations. Legislation and 
national Security Subcommittee. 
Establishing an agency for 
consumer protection. Bearings, 
94th Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 
255-261. 



Public service employment — [O.S.] — Law 
and legislation 

The Emergency Jobs and 
Unemployment Assistance Act of 
197U: a brief summary. Dec. 23, 
197U. 8 p. Guttman, Fobert. 
Appears also in the 
Congressional record [daily ed. ] 
v. 121, Jan. 15, 1975: H1U6-H1U7, 



Public services 

see Government spending 



Public opinion polls — [D.S.] 

An analysis of the results of the 
Business Poundtable poll on the 
Consumer Advocacy Agency. May 6, 
1975. H p. Melnick, Daniel. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. ] v. 121, June 
6, 1975: S1008-S1011. 

Appears also in O.S. Congress. 
Bouse. Committee on Government 
Operations. Legislation and 
national Security Subcommittee. 
Establishing an agency for 
consumer protection. Hearings, 
9"th Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 
255-261. 



Public policy 

see national policy 



Public records — [0.S.1 

Two decades of recommendations 
regarding records and paperwork 
management in the Federal 
Government. Sept. 18, 197H. 29 p. 
Pelyea, Harold. Smith, Stephanie. 



Public schools 
see Education 

Peligion in the public schools 
Terms beginning with the word 
School 



Public service employment — [O.S.] — 
History 

A brief history of work relief 
programs during the depression. 
[Jan. 19751 2 p. Allman, Ann. 
Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed.l v. 121, Feb. 
5, 1975: S153U-S1535. 



Public utilities— [D.S. ] 

Electric and gas utility rate and 
fuel adjustment clause increases, 
197U. Mar. 27, 1975. U5 p. 
Jones, Douglas. Dovell, Susan. 
Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations, 9«th Cong., 1st sess. 

The text of the study appears 
in the Congressional record 
[daily ed. ] v. 121, Mar. 2tt, 
1975: SU963-SU968. 



Public utility rates— [U.S.] 

Summary of testimony presented by 
panelists on the subject of the 
energy crisis and proposed 
solutions on March 3, u, 5, 6, 7, 
10, 11, 12, 13, and 1U, 1975. 
[Mar. 1975] 51 p. Congressional 
Research Service. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Says and 
Means, 9"th Cong., 1st sess. 

Prepared by the staff with the 
assistance of CRS. 



Public utility rates— [ 0. S. ]— Statistics 
Electric and gas utility rate and 
fuel adjustment clause increases, 
197(t. Mar. 27, 1975. «5 p. 
Jones, Douglas. Dovell, Susan. 
Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations, 9«th Cong., 1st sess. 

The text of the study appears 
in the Congressional record 
[daily ed. ] v. 121, Bar. 2a, 
1975: SH963-SU968, 



Public utility regulation— [ 0. S. ] 

"Interconnection" of equipment 
with telephone company lines, and 
Federal Communications Commission 
regulation. Aug. 6, 197U. 50 p. 
Glass, Stuart. 



The origins, objectives, and 
accomplishments of the Civilian 
Conservation Corps (CCC) , the 
Public Works Administration (PSA) , 
the Works Progress Administration 
(SPA) , the National Youth 
Administration (flYA), and the 
Peconstruction Finance Corporation 
(RFC) . Feb. 7, 1975. 8 p. 
Sheridan, Peter. 

Appears also in the 
Congressional record [daily ed.l 
v. 121, Mar. ", 1975: E869-F870. 



Public welfare 

see also Antipoverty program 
Child welfare 
Disaster relief 
Food relief 
Hospitals 
Poor 

Public assistance programs 
Unemployment 



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Public welfare— fO.S. 1 

Amounts required for "public 

assistance" for fiscal year 1975. 

[Feb. 10, 19751 9 p. Allman, Ann. 
Burke, Vee. Canfield, Earl. 

Dean, Flora. Ebeler, Jack. 

Freeman, Brenda. Banes, Joseph. 

Richardson, Joe. Robinson, 

William. Sherman, Amy. 

Appears in O.S. Conqress. 
House. Committee on 
Appropriations. Second 
supplemental appropriation bill. 
Hearinqs, 94th Conq. , 1st sess. 
1975. p. 746-754. 



Racketeerinq 

see Orqanized crime 



Radiation safety — Biblioqraphy 

Safequarding nuclear materials: 
selected bibliography. Apr. 7, 
1975. 1U p. Rather, Barbara. 

Appears in a committee print, 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations. Peaceful nuclear 
exports and weapons 
proliferation. 1975. p. 1303- 
1316. 



Public welfare — [O.S. ] — Bibliography 
Evaluation of public welfare 
proqrams: selected references, 1970- 
1974. Apr. 8, 1975. 15 p. 
Davenport, Nancy. 

Bultilith 75-101 L 



Public welfare — [C.S.I — Finance 

Human resource proqrams — 1976 
budqet hiqhliqhts and issues (with 
appendix coverinq law enforcement 
and -Justice). Feb. 5, 1975. 42 p. 

Education and Public Welfare 
Division. 

Bultilith 75-36 ED 



Radioactive waste disposal 

Hiqh-level nuclear waste 
management — foreign capabilities 
ana practices. Bar. 26, 1975. 10 
p. Trumbule, Robert. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Joint Committee on Atomic Energy. 

Storage and disposal cf 
radioactive waste. Hearing, 94th 
Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 178- 
187. 



Radioactive waste disposal — (O.S.] 
A review of nuclear waste 
management practices, plans and 
potential problems. Dec. 3, 1974. 
19 p. Trumbule, Robert. 



Public works--ro.S. ] 

Readinqs on land use policy; a 
selection of recent articles and 
studies on land use policy issues 
and activities in the Onited 
States. June 1S75. 642 p. 
Little, Charles. Fletcher, W. 
Wendell. 

Issued as a committee print. 

Senate Committee on Interior and 

Insular Affairs, 94th Conq., 1st 

sess. 



Public wcrks— fO.S. 1--Finance 

Federal qrant-in-aid proqrams 
which provide construction qrants 
directly to public and private 
nonprofit institutions and 
aqencies. Bay 9, 1975. 11 p. 
Baffei, Barbara. 



Rape — [ 0. S. ]--Bibliography 

Rape: state and Federal law. 
Jan. 24, 1975. 20 p. Doyle, 
Charles. 

Bultilith 75-2U A [560/901 



Rape — [O.S.] — Law and legislation 

Rape: state and Federal law. 
Jan. 24, 1975. 20 p. Doyle, 
Charles. 

Bultilith 75-24 A [560/90] 



Rape — ( 0. S. ] — State laws 

Rape: state and Federal law. 
Jan. 24, 1975. 20 p. Coyle, 
Charles. 

Bultilith 75-24 A [560/90] 



Public works — [O.S.] — History 

A brief history cf work relief 
proqrams durinq the depression. 
(Jan. 19751 2 p. Allman, Ann. 
Appears in the Conqressional 
record [daily ed. 1 v. 121, Feb. 
5, 1975: S1534-S1535. 



Purchasinq power 

see Cost of livinq 



0uasi-1udicial aqencies 

see Independent regulatory commissions 



Facial discrimination 

see Civil riqhts leqislation 

Deseqreqaticn in education 
Discrimination in employment 
Neqro votinq riqhts 



Raw materials 

see also Strateqic materials 



The development and allocation of 
scarce world resources: selected 
excerpts and references relatinq to 
the national debate topics for high 
schools 1975-1976. Bay 1975. 399 
p. Borgan, Anne. Baker, Janice. 
Donnelly, Warren. Sherman, Harvey. 
Hughes, Steve. 

Issued as Senate document no. 

94-05, 94th Cong., 1st sess. 



Baterials shortages; resources 
and shortages: an economic 
interpretation. Sept. 1974. 31 
Dunn, LeRoy. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations, Permanent 
Subcommittee on Investigations, 
93d Cong. , 2d sess. 



169 



Paw materials (Cent.) 

Preliminary bibliography on 1975- 
76 hiah school debate topic: "what 
policy for the development and 
allocation of scarce world 
resources would best serve the 
interest of the people of the 
world." Mar. 1975. 7 p. Horgan, 
Anne. 

Hultilith 75-7U D 



O.S. policy in a changing wcrld 
economy: foreian economic policies 
for the secend half of the 
seventies. Nov. 11, 197U. 38 p. 
Reifman, Alfred. 

Hultilith 7a- 190 S 



The origins, objectives, and 
accomplishments of the Civilian 
Conservation Corps (CCC) , the 
Public Works Administration (PWA) , 
the Works Progress Administration 
(WPA), the National Youth 
Administration (NYA) , and the 
Reconstruction Finance Corporation 
(PPC) . Feb. 7, 1975. 8 p. 
Sheridan, Peter. 

Appears also in the 
Congressional record [daily ed.] 
v. 121, Bar. u, 1975: E869-E870. 



Becycling of waste products — [O.s. ] 

Banning non-returnable beverage 
containers. Jan. 10, 1975. 13 p, 
Reisch, Hark. 



?aw materials — [0. S. ] 

Baterials shortages: copper. 
Feb. 1975. 19 p. Agnew, Allen. 
Whiteman, David. 

Issued as a committee print, 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations, Permanent 
Subcommittee on Investigations, 
9ttth Cong., 1st sess. 



Federal policy issues in the 
recycling of wastepaper. Bar. 1a, 
1973. 115 p. Revised July 31, 
1971*. 123 p. Eullis, Harold. 

Hultilith 7«-m« SP 

Revision of Hultilith 73-66 SP. 



Haterials shortages: industry 
perceptions of shortages. Aug. 
197a. «2 p. Lindahl, David. 
Thompson, Duane. 

Issued as a committee print. 

Senate Ccmaittee on Government 

Operations, Permanent 

Subcommittee on Investigations, 

93d Cong. , 2d sess. 



Recycling of waste products--[ O.S . ] — Law 
and legislation 

A legislative history of the 
Solid Haste Disposal Act, as 
amended together with a section-by- 
section index. Oct. 197a. 503 p. 
Reisch, Park. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Public Works, 
93d Cong. , 2d sess. 



Materials shortages: the 
petrochemicals industry. Sept. 
197a. 17 p. Gushee, David. 

Issued as a committee print. 

Senate Committee on Government 

Operations, Permanent 

Subcommittee on Investigations, 

93d Conq. , 2d sess. 



leal estate business 
see Rome ownership 



Recycling of waste products — [ 0. S. ] — 
Legislative histories 

A legislative history of the 
Solid Waste Disposal Act, as 
amended together with a section-by- 
section index. Oct. 197a. 503 p. 
Reisch, Hark. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Public Works, 
93d Cong. , 2d sess. 



Reapportionment of Congress 
see Concessional districts 



Redistrictitg in Congress 

see Congressional districts 



Reclamation of land — [ 0. S. 1 — Law and 
legislation 

Potential inflationary impact of 
S. U25 — H.R. 11500. Nov. 15, 197tt. 

5 p. Whiteman, David. Canaday, 
Henrv. 

Appears also in the 
Congressional record [daily ed.l 
v. 120, Dec. 16, 197«»: S21615- 
S21616. 



Redwood National Park 

Developments concerning Redwood 
National Park in the period 1971 
through 197a. Feb. 10, 1975. 10 
p. Siehl, George. 



Reform of Congress 

see Congressional reorganization 



Reconstruction Finance Corporation. 
Emergency Federal financial 
assistance to private enterprise: i 
selective examination of past loan 
and loan guarantee programs of the 
Federal Government. Nov. 29, 197a, 
26 p. Hitrisin, John. 
Hultilith 7a-205 E 



Refugees 

see Aliens 



Refuse and refuse disposal 
see also Pollution control 



Refuse and refuse disposal — [O.S. ] 

Banning non-returnable beverage 
containers. Jan. 10, 1975. 13 p. 
Reisch, Hark. 



170 



Fefuse and refuse disposal — fO.S.] — Law 
and leqislaticn 

A legislative history cf the 
Solid Haste Disposal Act, as 
amended tcoether with a section-by- 
section index. Oct. 1970. 503 p. 
Reisch, Mark. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Public Works, 
93d Conq., 2d sess. 



Reorqanization of Congress 

see Congressional reorganization 



Reorqanization of government department: 
see Executive reorganization 



Repatriation 

see also Prisoners of war 



Refuse and refuse disposal — fO.S.1 — 
Leqisla+ive histories 

A leqislative history of the 
Sclid" Haste Disposal Act, as 
amended toqether with a section-by 
section index. Oct. 1971. 503 p. 
Reisch, Mark. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Public Horks, 
93d Conq. , 2d sess. 



Reqional economic development 

see also Rural economic development 
Ortan economic development 



Repatriation — [ 0. S. ] 

The return of American prisoners 
of war from Southeast Asia: a 
compilation of materials on the 
release of prisoners-of-war and the 
missinq-in-action recovery proqram. 

Oct. 29, 1573. 110 p. Revised 
Mar. 22, 1975. 152 p. Parlin, 
Floyd. Grimmett, Richard, rev. 
Multilith 75-85 F 
Revision of Multilith 73-181 F. 



Representation in Congress 
see Congressional districts 



Reqional economic development — [ 0. S. 1 
•The Tennessee Valley Authority; 
lessons for national qrowth and 
development planninq. Aug. 7, 
197a. 23 p. Wellborn, Clay. 



Republican Party. 

National conventions. Sept. 9, 
1970. 16 p. Casey, Carol. 



Reqistraticn of voters 
see Voter reqistraticn 



Requlatory commissions 

see Independent requlatory commissions 



Rehabilitation of alcoholics 

see Treatment and rehabilitation of 
alcoholics 



Rehabilitation of narcotic addicts 
see Treatment and rehabilitation of 
narcotic addicts 



Relief 

see Disaster relief 
Public welfare 



Reliqior in the public schools — fO. S. 1-- 
Leqal cases 

Recent developments in the area 
of reliqicus activities in public 
schools and other public places. 
Feb. 28, 1969, 35 p. Revised 
Sept. 15, 197 1 with addendum Nov, 
9, 1971. 67 p. Second revision 
July 5, 1970. 59 p. Danner, 
Herbert. Baris, David, rev. Sale, 
David, rev. 

Multilith 71-101 A {"5U8/98] 
Supersedes Hultiliths 71-269 A 
f (467/98 <R) 1 and A 273 r«67/981. 



lesale price maintenance — [O.S. ] 

The cost of "fair trade." Mar. 
31, 1975. 9 p. Oseem, Howard. 
Appears in O.S. Congress. 
House. Committee on the 
Judiciary. Subcommittee on 
Monopolies and Commercial Law. 
Fair trade. Hearings, 91th 
Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 88-9< 

Also in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on the 
Judiciary. Subcommittee on 
Antitrust and Monopoly. Fair 
trade laws. Hearings, 9Uth 
Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 330- 
338. 



The issue of fair trade. Feb. 
12, 1975. 18 p. Oseera, Howard. 

Multilith 75-01 E 

Appears also in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on the 
Judiciary. Subcommittee on 
Antitrust and Monopoly. Fair 
trade laws. Hearings, 90th 
Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 322- 
330. 



Research and development--[ O.S. ]-- 
Bibliography 

An inventory of congressional 
concern with research and 
development, 93d Congress, 1st and 
2d sessions; a bibliography. Dec. 
1970. 005 p. Geier, Claire. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations, Subcommittee on 
Reorganization, Research, and 
International Organizations, 93d 
Cong. , 2d sess. 



Rent subsidies 

see Low-income housing 



171 



Research and development — fO.S. ] — Law 
and leqislation 

An inventory of congressional 
concern with research and 
development, 93d Congress, 1st and 
2d sessions; a bibliography. Dec. 
1974. 405 p. Geier, Claire. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations, Subcommittee on 
reorganization, Research, and 
International Orqanizat ions, 93d 
Ccno. , 2d sess. 



Fesistar.ee movements 

see Underground movements 



Resource Recovery Act — Legislative 
histories 

A legislative history of the 
Solid Baste Disposal Act, as 
amended together with a section-by- 
section index. Oct. 1974. 503 p. 
Feisch, Mark. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Public Works 
93d Cong. , 2d sess. 



Responsive Government Act 

Overview of the "701" 
comprehensive planning assistance 
program, 1954-1974. Feb. 11, 1975. 
30 p. Wellborn, Clay. 



Resource allocation 

see also Economic policy 

National growth policy 
Natural resources 



Retired military personnel 
see Veterans 



The development and allocation of 
scarce world resources: selected 
excerpts and references relating to 
the national debate topics for high 
schools 1975-1976. May 1975. 399 
p. Morgan, Anne. Baker, Janice. 
Donnelly, Warren. Sherman, Harvey. 
Hughes, Steve. 

Issued as Senate document no. 

94-45, 90+h Cong., 1st sess. 



Retirement income--[ 0. S. ] 

The social security retirement 
test. Mar. 2, 1973. 25 p. 
Revised Mar. 2U, 1975. 22 p. 
Crowley, Francis. 

Multilith 75-102 ED 
Revision of Multilith 73-59 ED. 
Multilith 75-102 ID also 
appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. ] v. 121, June 
26, 1975: S11704-S1 1707. 



Preliminary bibliography on 1975- 
76 high school debate topic: "what 
policy for the development and 
allocation of scarce world 
resources would best serve the 
interest of the people of the 
world." Mar. 1975. 7 p. Morgan, 
Anne. 

Multilith 75-74 D 



Revenue sharing — [O.S. ] — Law and 
legislation 

General revenue sharing: a review 
of the current status and arguments 
pro and con. Apr. 21, 1975. 27 p. 
McEreen, Maureen. 

Multilith 75-113 E 



Resource allocation — r Eastern Europe 1 
Reorientation and commercial 
relations of the economies of 
Eastern Europe. Aug. 16, 1974. 
771 p. Hardt, John. Holliday, 
George. 

Issued as a -joint committee 
print. Joint Economic Committee, 
93d Cong. , 2d sess. 

John Hardt planned the scope of 
the research and coordinated and 
edited the contributions to this 
compendium cf papers. He was 
assisted by Gecrge Holliday. 



A review of congressional action 
taken on the Nixon administration 
special revenue sharing proposals, 
93rd Congress. Jan. 24, 1974. 19 
p. Revised Dec. 1974. 21 p. 
HcBreen, Maureen. 

Multilith 75-8 E 

Revision of Multilith 74-17 E. 



ievenue sharing — [ 0. S. ] — Pro and con 

Criticisms voiced against general 
revenue sharing and seme 
recommendations for reform. Sept. 
25, 1974. 38 p. McEreen, Maureen. 



Resource allocation — r 0". S. ] 

Materials shortages: workshop on 
resource management. Feb. 1975. 
76 p. Donnelly, Warren. Gulick, 
Frances. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Ccroiittee on Government 
Operations, 94th Cong., 1st sess. 

CFS funded the workshop with 
Warren Donnelly as pro-ject 
officer and Frances Gulick as his 
associate and an important 
contributor. 



General revenue sharing: a review 
of the current status and arguments 
pro and con. Apr. 21, 1975. 27 p. 
HcBreen, Maureen. 

Multilith 75-113 E 



Fevoluticns 

see American Revolution 
Coups d'etat 



Right of privacy 

see also Electronic surveillance 



Resource management 

see Conservation of natural resources 



172 



Piqht of privacy--ro.s. ] 

Lecislative history of tax return 
confidentiality: section €103 cf 
the Internal Fevenue Code of 195U 
ard its predecessors. Dec. u, 
1970. 235 p. 2aritsky, Howard. 
Hultilith 7U-211 A f557/275] 



Rioht of privacy — TO. S.I — Law and 
legislation 

Comparative analysis of raa-Jor 
provisions of three legislative 
proposals of tax return 
confidentiality: S. 199, S. 002 and 
S. 1511. Apr. 25, 1975. 28 p. 
Zaritskv, Howard. 

Appears in O.S. Conqress. 

Senate. Committee on Finance. 

Subcommittee en Administration of 

the Internal Revenue Cede. 

Federal tax return privacy. 

Hearinqs, 90th Conq. , 1st sess. 

1975. p. 165-192. 



Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller 
and the Attica rebellion: an 
analysis. Sept. 23, 1970. 05 p. 
Hoore, Charlotte. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Rules and 
Administration. Nomination of 
Nelson A. Rockefeller of New Tork 
to be Vice President of the 
Onited States. Hearings, 93d 
Cong., 2d sess. 197U. p. 1351- 
1395. 



Selected issues and the positions 
of Nelson A. Rockefeller, nominee 
for vice President of the Onited 
States: an analysis. Nov. 1974. 
130 p. Congressional Research 
Service. 

Issued as a committee print. 

House Committee on the Judiciary, 

93d Cong. , 2d sess. 



Piqht to counsel — ("0.S.1 — Law and 
leqislation 

Fiqht to counsel in criminal 
proceedinqs: Federal and state 
cocrts. June 6, 1975. 193 p. 
Smith, Elizabeth. 

Hultilith 75-1U1 a [571/87] 



Rural Development Act 

Goals for rural America: an 

analysis of the first annual rural 

development goals report. Nov. 

197U. 10 p. Niedermeier, 

Christine. 

Issued as a committee print, 
House Committee on Agriculture, 
Subcommittee on Family Farms and 
Rural Development, 93d Cong., 2d 
sess. 



Riqht to counsel — f 0.S.1 — State laws 
Piqht to counsel in criminal 
prcceedinqs: Federal and state 
courts. June 6, 1975. 193 p. 
Smith, Elizabeth. 

Hultilith 75-101 A f 571/87] 



?ural economic development 
see also Regional economic development 



Riqht tc work 

see Onicn security 



Riqhts of women — fC.S. ] — Addresses, 
statements, etc. 

Equal Riqhts Amendment: selected 
floor debate and votes. Dec. 21, 
1970. 03 p. Holcomb, florriqene. 
Hultilith 70-230 GGR 



tural economic development — [O.S.] 

Potential effects cf application 
of air and water quality standards 
on agriculture and rural 
development. Jan. 2, 1975. 331 p. 
Biniek, Joseph. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Agriculture 
and Forestry, Subcommittee on 
Rural Development, 93d Cong., 2d 
sess. 



Rockefeller, Nelson Aldrich. 

Analysis of the philosophy and 
public record cf Nelson A. 
Rockefeller, nominee for Vice 
President of the Onited States. 
Oct. 1970. 193 p. Congressional 
Research Service. Gorman, Joseph. 
Hulhcllan, Daniel. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on the Judiciary, 
93d Conq. , 2d sess. 

Appears also in O.S. Conqress. 
Senate. Committee on Rules and 
Administration. Nomination of 
Nelson A. Rockefeller of New York 
tc be Vice President of the 
Onited States. Hearinqs, 93d 
Cono. , 2d sess. 1970. p. 1C09- 
1350. 



Rural economic development--[ O.S. ] — Law 
and legislation 

Goals for rural America: an 
analysis of the first annual rural 
development goals report. Nov. 
1970. 10 p. Niedermeier, 
Christine. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Agriculture, 
Subcommittee on Family Farms a^.d 
Rural Development, 93d Conq., 2d 
sess. 



The Rural Environmental 
Assistance program: a brief history 
and current status. Jan. 29, 19"f5. 
13 p. Robbins, Frances. 



Rural Environmental Assistance Program 
The Rural Environmental 
Assistance program: a brief history 
and current status. Jan. 29, 1975. 
13 p. Robbins, Frances. 



173 



Pnrai housinq--r 0. S. 1 

floral housinq: needs, credit 
availability, and Federal proqraiis. 

Dec. 1974. 22 p. Schussheim, 
Hcrtcn. Kay, Joshua. Hellcns, 
Richard. 

Hultilith 7U-227 S 
Issued alsc as a committee 
print. Senate Committee cr. 
Aariculture and Forestry, 
Subcommittee on Rural 
Development, 94th Conq. , 1st sess. 



Savinqs and loan associations — [D.S. ] — 

Law and legislation 

Changing financial institution 
structures: savings and loan 
associations. nay 2, 1975. 28 p. 
Hells, F. Jean. Dovell, Susan. 



Federal legislation in the 9Uth 
Congress affecting savings and loan 
institutions. Apr. 2, 1975. 11 p. 
Dovell, Susan. 



Rural hcusinq — [ 0. S. ] — Law and 

leqislaticr 

The Bousinq and Community 
Development Act of 197U (Public Law 
93-383) : summary and analysis. 
Sept. 16, 1974. 76 p. Schussheim, 
Hcrton. Parente, Francis. Farb, 
warren. Berlin, Barry. Katz, 
Jar.e. Rellons, Richard. 
Bultilith 74-167 F 



Pural public health--f 0. S. 1--Law and 
leqislation 

Federal health policies in rural 
areas. [Nov. 22, 19741 17U p. 
Schmidt, Herman. 

Issued with title. Health 
services to rural areas in the 
Onited States, as an appendix to 
hearinqs, D.S. Conqress. House, 

Committee on Aqriculture. 
Subcommittee en Family Farms and 
Rural Development. Federal 
health policies in rural areas. 
Hearinqs, 93d Conq. , 2d sess. 
Pt. 2. 1974. 17u p. 



Safety of workers 

see Occupational health and safety 



Scholarships 

see Student loan funds 



School busing (School integration) 
see Busing (School integration) 



School law 

see Educational law and legislation 



School lunch program--[ 0. S. ] — Law and 

legislation 

Bill comparison of H.R. 4222 as 
passed in the House of 
Representatives on April 29, 1975 
with H.R. 1222 as amended by the 
Senate committee on Agriculture and 
Forestry and reported on June 26, 
1975. June 30, 1975. 17 p. 
Hichelnan, Kathryn. 



Schools 

see Church schools 
Colleges 
Education 

Terns beginning with the word 
School 



Safety regulations 
see Aviation safety 

Occupational health and safety 
Radiation safety 



Science 

see International cooperation in 
science 
Oceanography 
Science policy 



Saline waters — r "est (D.S.)l 

A compilation of documents 
relatinq to water availability for 
eneroy production. fNov. 1S74] 
1133 p. Brown, Howard. 

Appears in a committee orint. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs. Hater and 
eneroy self-sufficiency. 197a. 
p. 19-1151. 



Salvaqe (Haste, etc.) 

see Pefuse and refuse disposal 



Science and social problems--[ 0. S. ] 

Genetic engineering: evolution of 
a technological issue; supplemental 
report I. Dec. 1974. 2 15 p. 
HcCullcuqh, James. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Science and 
Astronautics, Subcommittee on 
Science, Research, and 
Development, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



Science policy 

see also Space policy 



San Juan River 

San Juan-Chama and Nava")o Indian 
ordects: related impacts in the 
San Juan River Basin. ("June 12, 
19751 6" p. viessman, Harren. 
Appears in D.S. Conaress. 
Senate. Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs. 
Subcommittee on Enerqy Research 
and Hater Resources. San Juan- 
Chama prolect. Hearino, 90th 
Conq., 1st sess. 1975. p. 337- 
U00. 



Science policy — [D.S. ] 

Government science policy: some 
current issues on Federal support 
and use of the behavioral and 
social sciences. Nov. ie, 1974. 
52 p. Knezo, Genevieve. 

Appears in D.S. Congress. 
House. Committee en Science and 
Astronautics. Federal policy, 
plans, and organization for 
science and technology. 
Hearings, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 
Part 2. 1974. p. 517-568. 



174 



Science policy — [O.S.I 
Science, techno 
diplomacy; scienc 
in the Department 
brinqinq technica 
diplomatic policy 
June 1975. 180 p 
Franklin. 

Issued as a c 
Reuse Committee 
delations, Subc 
International S 
Scientific Affa 



(Cont.) 
logy, and American 
e and technoloqy 

of State: 
1 content into 

and operations. 
. Huddle, 

emmittee print, 

on International 
emmittee on 
ecurity and 
irs. 



Science policy — f O.S. 1 — Biblioqraphy 
An inventory of conqressional 
concern with research and 
development, 93d Congress, 1st and 
2d sessions; a biblioqraphy. Dec. 
1970. 005 p. Geier, Claire. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations, Subcommittee on 
Reorganization, Research, and 
International Orqanizaticns, 93d 
Ccr.q. , 2d sess. 



Security investigations 

see Loyalty-security prograi 



Segregation in education 

see Desegregation in education 



Senate 

see Hembers of Congress 

Senate rules and procedure 
Terms beginning with the word 
Congressional 



Senate committees 

see Congressional committees (Senate) 



Senate leadership 

see Congressional party organization 



Senate rules and procedure 

see also Rouse rules and procedure 



Scientists ir. qovemment — fG.S.] 

Science, technoloqy, and American 
diplomacy: science and technoloqy 
in the Department of State: 
brinqinq technical content into 
diplomatic policy and operations. 
June 1975. 180 p. Ruddle, 
Franklin. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on International 
relations. Subcommittee on 
International Security and 
Scientific Affairs. 



The senatorial power to confirm 
executive appointments: a review 
and contemporary assessment. Feb. 
5, 1975. 30 p. Hoe, Ronald. 



Senatorial courtesy 

see Presidential appointments 



Senior citizens 
see Aged 



Seasonal labor 

see also Migrant labor 



Seniority in Congress 

see Congressional seniority 



Seasonal labor — [O.S 

The migrant f 

in the D.S.: th 

proqrams. Bar. 

Revised Apr. 17 

Schmitt, Raymon 

Bultilith 7 

Revision of 

which also ap 

print. Senate 

and Public He 

on Higratory 

state statute 

workers; a co 

p. 375-026. 



1 

rmworker situation 
e problems and the 

16, 1972. 08 p. 
, 1975. 50 p. 
d. 
5-115 ED 

Bultilith 72-68 F.D 
pears in a committee 

Committee on Labor 
lfare. Subcommittee 
Labor. Federal and 
s relatinq to farm 
mpilation. 1972. 



Separation of powers 

see also Executive impoundment of 
appropriated funds 
Executive privilege 

(Government information) 



Separation of powers--( 0. S. ] 

A Foreign Policy Organic Act: 
survey of the concept and some 
possible approaches. Nov. 11, 
1970. 18 p. Collier, Ellen. 



Second hoi€s--f0.S. 1 

Readings on land use policy; a 
selection of recent articles and 
studies on land use policy issues 
and activities in the Onited 
States. June 1975. 602 p. 
Little, Charles. Fletcher, «. 
Wendell. 

Issued as a committee print. 

Senate Committee on Interior and 

Insular Affairs, 9Uth Cong., 1st 

sess. 



Servicemen's families 

see Bilitary dependents 



Sex discrimination against women--[ 0. S. }- 
-Addresses, statements, etc. 

Equal Rights Amendment: selected 
floor debate and votes. Dec. 21, 
1970. 03 p. Holcomb, Borrigene. 
Bultilith 70-230 GGR 



Secrecy in government 

see Government information 
Official secreta 



175 



Sex discrimination against women — [O.S. ]- 
-law and legislation 

Proposed regulation of the 
Department of Health, Education, 
and Welfare to enforce the sen 
discrimination previsions of the 
education amendments of 1972 
(sections 901 et seq. , P.L. 92- 
318). Dec. 20, 197U. 2 p. Dale, 
Charles. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. 1 v. 121, Pay 
22, 1975: S9031-S9033. 



Small business 

see also Development credit 
institutions 
Industrial prcmctio: 



Small business — [O.S.] — Law and 
legislation 

Small Eusiness and the 
Occupational Safety and Health Act 
of 1970. Apr. 15, 1975. 12 p. 
Wander, Tom. 

Hultilith 75-105 ED 



Shipping agreements — T 0.S.1 

Legal analysis of proposed 
statute providing for minimum rate 
provisions by non-national-flag 
carriers in foreign commerce of the 
United States (S. 868, 94th Cong.) 
as a violation of O.S. friendship, 
commerce, and navigation treaties. 
TJune 2, 19751 3 p. Zafren, 
Daniel. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 

Senate. Committee on Commerce. 

Ncnnaticnal flag ocean rates. 

Hearing, 94th Cong., 1st sess. 

1975. p. 16-18. 



Smog 

see Air pollution 



Smoke prevention 

see Air pollution control 



Social accounting 

see Gross national product 
Social policy 



Shippinq rates — [Foreign] 

Legal analysis of proposed 
statute providing for minimum rate 
provisions by non-national-flag 
carriers in foreign commerce of the 
United States (S. 868, 9ttth Cong.) 
as a violation of O.S. friendship, 
commerce, and naviqation treaties. 
[June 2, 1975] 3 p. Zafren, 
Daniel. 

Appears in O.S. Conqress. 

Senate. Committee on Commerce. 

Nonnational flag ocean rates. 

Hearing, 94th Corg., 1st sess. 

1975. p. 16-18. 



Sickle cell anemia — fO.S. 1 — Bibliography 
An analysis of the Federal sickle 
cell disease proqram, FY 1971 - FY 
1976. Sept. 10, 1973. 50 p. 
Revised Apr. 1, 1975. 51 p. 
Chapman, Cynthia. Lemke, Janet, 
nultilith 75-87 SP 
Pevision of Hultilith 73-160 SP. 



Social costs — [O.S. ] 

The status of environmental 
economics. June 1975. 203 p. 
Biniek, Joseph. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Public Works, 
94th Cong. , 1st sess. 



Social insurance 

see Social security 



Social legislation 
see Druq abuse 

Labor law and leqislaticn 
Public assistance programs 
Social security 



Social policy 

See also Economic policy 
Hedical policy 
National growth policy 
Nutrition policy 



Sickle cell anemia — [0.S.1 — Fesearch 

An analysis of the Federal sickle 
cell disease program, FY 1971 - FY 
1976. Sept. 10, 1973. 50 p. 
Revised Apr. 1, 1975. 51 p. 
Chapman, Cynthia. Lemke, Janet. 
Hultilith 75-87 SP 
Revision of Hultilith 73-160 SP. 



Social policy — [O.S. ] — Bibliography 
Evaluation research in social 
policy: selected references, 1970 
to 1974. Oct. 31, 1974. 8 p. 
Davenport, Nancy. 

Hultilith 74-193 L 



Single people--[ O.S. ]--Taxation 

Harital status as a factor it th< 
Federal income tax treatment of 
individuals. Dec. 24, 1974. 33 p. 
Drake, Susan. 

nultilith 74-235 E 



Six-mile limit 

see Territorial waters 



Social problems 
see Alcoholism 

Cost of living 

Juvenile delinquency 

nigrant labor 

Poor 

Public health 

Public welfare 

Technology and social problems 

Unemployment 



176 



Social science research — [D.s. 1 

Government science policy: seme 
current issues on Federal support 
and use of the behavioral and 
social sciences. Nov. 18, 197U. 
52 p. Knezo, Genevieve. 

Appears in U.S. Conqress. 
Rouse. Ccmiittee on Science and 
Astronautics. Federal policy, 
plans, and organization for 
science and technoloov. 
Hearinqs, 93d Conq. , 2d sess. 
Part 2. 1970. p. 517-568. 



Social sciences--fO.S. ] 

Government science policy: seme 
current issues on Federal support 
and use of the behavioral and 
social sciences. Nov. 18, 1970. 
52 p. Knezc, Genevieve. 

Appears in D. S. Conqress. 
House. Committee on Science and 
Astronautics. Federal policy, 
plans, and orqanization for 
science and technoloqy. 
Hearinqs, 93d Conq., 2d sess. 
Part 2. 197U. p. 517-568. 



Social security taxes — [O.S.] 

Financing social security cash 
benefits. June 9, 1975. 11 p. 
Crowley, Francis. 

Hultilith 75-10S FD 



Socialized medicine 
see Health insurance 



Soil conservation--[ D.S. ] — Law and 
legislation 

The Rural Environmental 
Assistance program: a brief history 
and current status. Jan. 29, 1975. 
13 p. Bobbins, Frances. 



Soil Conservation and Domestic Allotment 
Act 

The Pural Environmental 
Assistance program: a brief history 
and current status. Jan. 29, 1975. 
13 p. Robbins, Frances. 



Social security 

see also Health insurance 

Income maintenance programs 
Medicaid 
Medicare 

Old aqe, survivors and 
disability insurance 
Public assistance programs 
Social security taxes 
Unemployment insurance 



Social security--!" C. S. 1 

Fffects of social security 
increases on benefits from ether 
programs. Jan. u, 197U. 12 p. 
Revised Feb. 18, 1975. 12 p. 
House, Sharon. 

Hultilith 75-50 ED 

Revision of Hultilith 70-2 Ed, 



Integration of private pension 
plans with social security. [Dec. 
1970 1 26 p. Schmitt, Raymond. 
Appears in a joint committee 
print. Joint Economic Committee, 
Subcommittee on Fiscal Policy. 
Issues in financing retirement 
income. 197U. p. 173-198. 



Solar enerqy--[ O.S. ] — Finance 

The FT 1976 budget request for 
solar energy: solar budget 
background, agency requests, and 
brief analysis. Feb. 13, 1975. 2 
p. floore, J. Glen. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs. 
Subcommittee on Energy Research 
and Hater Resources. Nonnuclear 
enerqy research and development 
fiscal year 1976 authorization. 
Hearings, 90th Cong., 1st sess. 
1975. p. 25-26. 



Solar enerqy — [O.S. ] — Research 

The FT 1976 budget request for 
solar energy: solar budget 
background, aqency requests, and 
brief analysis. Feb. 13, 1975. 2 
p. Moore, J. Glen. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs. 
Subcommittee on Enerqy Research 
and Water Resources. Nonnuclear 
enerqy research and development 
fiscal year 1976 authorization. 
Hearinqs, 90th Conq. , 1st sess. 
1975. p. 25-26. 



Social security--f 0. S. 1 — Law and 
leqislation 

Leqislation in the 93rd Conqress 
relatinq to the elderly: enacted 
and introduced. Revised Feb. 0, 
1975. 20 p. Taqer, Evelyn. 

Revision issued as Hultilith 75- 
30 ED. 



Social Security Act--Leqislative 

histories 

Brief leqislative history of 
title UB of the Social Security Act- 
-qran*s to states for child welfare 
services. Mar. 13, 1975. 5 p. 
Burke, Tee. 



Solar Enerqy Research, Development and 
Demonstration Act 

The FT 1976 budget request for 
solar enerqy: solar budget 
backqround, aqency requests, and 
brief analysis. Feb. 13, 1975. 2 
p. Moore, J. Glen. 

Appears in O.S. Conqress. 
Senate. Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs. 
Subcommittee on Enerqy Research 
and Water Resources. Nonnuclear 
enerqy research and development 
fiscal year 1976 authorization. 
Hearinqs, 90th Conq., 1st sess. 
1975. p. 25-26. 



Social security taxes 

see also Cld aqe, survivors and 
disability insurance 



177 



Solar Heatinq and 

Act 

The FY 19T 

solar ererqy 
background, 
brief analvs 
p. Moore, J 
Appears 
Senate. C 
and Insula 
Subcommitt 
and Water 
enerav res 
fiscal yea 
Hearings, 
1975. p. 



Cooling Demonstration 

6 badqet request fcr 
: solar budget 
aqencv requests, and 
is. Feb. 13, 1975. 2 
. Glen, 

in O.S. Conqress. 
cmmittee on Interior 
r Affairs. 

ee on Enerqy Research 
Resources. Kcnnuclear 
earch and development 
r 1976 authori2ation. 
90th Conq. , 1st sess. 
25-26. 



Solid Baste Disposal Act — Leqislatiye 
histories 

A leqislative history of the 
Solid Baste Cisposal Act, as 
amended toqether with a secticn-by- 
secticn index. Oct. 1970. 503 p. 
Reisch, Mark. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Public Horks, 
93d Conq., 2d sess. 



Solid waste manaqenent 

see Recyclinq of waste products 
Pefuse and refuse disposal 



Southeast Asia 

The return of Aaerican prisoners 
of war from Southeast Asia: a 
compilation cf materials on the 
release of priscners-of-war and the 
aissinq-in-action recovery program. 
Oct. 29, 1973. 110 p. Revised 
Bar. 22, 1975. 152 p. Parlir., 
Floyd. Grimmett, Richard, rev. 
nultilith 75-85 F 
Revision of nultilith 73-181 F. 



Dnited States and Soviet progress 
in space: summary data through 197U 
and a forward look. Jan. 29, 1973. 

72 p. Revised Jan. 8, 197U. 70 
p. Second revision Jan. 13, 1975. 
87 p. Sheldon, Charles, 
nultilith 75-18 SP 
Supersedes nultiliths 74-35 SP 
and 73-69 SP. 



Space policy — [O.S.] 

Background and policy issues in 
the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project 
(eksperimental • NYY Polet Aopolon- 
Soyuz). Jan. 31, 1975. 70 p. 
Zeqel, Vikki. 

Multilith 75-19 SP 
An excerpt appears in the 
Congressional record [daily ed. ] 
v. 121, War. 5, 1975: S3173-S3170, 



International aspects of earth 
resources satellites. Auq. 2, 
1970. 18 p. Galloway, lilene. 
Appears in O.S. Congress. 

Senate. Committee on 

Aeronautical and Space Sciences. 

Earth resources satellites. 

Hearings, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 

1970. p. 260-281. 



United States and Soviet progress 
in space: summary data through 1970 
and a forward look. Jan. 29, 1973. 

72 p. Revised Jan. 8, 1970. 70 
p. Second revision Jan. 13, 1975. 
87 p. Sheldon, Charles, 
nultilith 75-18 SP 
Supersedes nultiliths 70-35 SP 
and 73-69 SP. 



Spacecraft accidents 

see Astronautical accidents 



Space agreements 

see also Arms control agreements 



International aspects of earth 
resources satellites. Aug. 2, 
1970. 18 p. Galloway, Eilene. 
Appears in O.S. Conqress. 

Senate. Committee on 

Aercrautical and Space Sciences. 

Earth resources satellites. 

Hearings, 93d Corg. , 2d sess. 

1970. p. 260-281. 



Space exploration 

see nanned space flight 



Space law 
see International law 
Space agreements 



Special education--[ O.S. 1 — Legislative 
histories 

Education of the handicapped: 

legislative histories frca the 83rd 

through the 93rd Congress. Jan. 

23, 1975. 06 p. Giordano-Evans, 

Angela. 



Special elections — fO.S.] — Law and 
legislation 

Popular elections and the Twenty- 
Fifth Amendment: an historical and 
legal analysis. Feb. 3, 1975. 3 
p. Killian, Johnny. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed.] v. 121, Feb. 
3, 1975: S1371-S1373. 

Johnny Killian assisted the 
staff in the preparation of the 
report. 



Jpace policy — [O.S. S.R.I 

Backqround and policy issues in 
the Arollc-Scyuz Test Project 
{eksperimental 'NYY Polet Appclon- 
Scyuz). Jar. 31, 1975. 70 p. 
Zeqel, Vikki. 

rultilith 75-19 SP 
An excerpt appears in the 
Conqressional record [daily ed. ] 
v. 121, nar. 5, 1975: S3173-S3170. 



Spies 

see Espionage 



standards—[0.S. ] 

Professional Standards Review 
Organizations (FSPO's) fcr review 
of services under nedicare and 
nedicaid (section 209F of P.L. 92- 
603) . Nov. 1, 1973. 57 p. 
Revised June 27, 1975. 06, 8, 16, 
8 p. CSullivan, Jennifer. 

nultilith 75-155 ED 

Revision of nultilith 73-185 ED. 



178 



Standards— [ O.S. 1 (Con*.) 

Voluntary industrial standards in 
the Dnited States; an overview of 
their evolution and significance 
for the Conaress. Julv 1974. 122 
p. Donnelly, warren. Gulick, 
Frances. Burt, John. 

Issued as a committee print, 
ficuse Committee on Science and 
Astronautics, Subcommittee on 
Science, Research, and 
Development, 93d Concr., 2d sess. 



State finance — [O.S. ] — Bibliography 
Fiscal viability of state and 
local governments today: a 
bibliographic essay. Bar. 6, 1975. 
16 p. Rymarowicz, Lillian. 



State government 

see State politics and governi 



Standards--r D. S. 1 — Law and legislation 

Voluntary industrial standards in 
the Dnited States; an overview of 
their evolution and significance 
for the Congress. July 197U. 122 
p. Donnelly, Warren. Gulick, 
Frances. Burt, John. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Science and 
Astronautics, Subcommittee en 
Science, Research, and 
Development, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



State aid to private schools— 
f Pernsylvaria 1 — Legal cases 

The constitutional boundaries of 

public aid tc parochial schools: an 

analysis of Heek v. Pittenger. nay 

28, 1975. 27 p. Ackerman, David. 

Hultilith 75-139 A [570/98] 



State aid to private schools — [O.S.] 

The constitutional boundaries of 

public aid tc parochial schools: an 

analysis of Heek v. Pittenger. nay 

28, 1975. 27 p. Ackerman, David. 

Hultilith 75-139 A [570/981 



State and astronautics 
see Space policy 



State and energy resources 
see Energy policy 



State history — Directories 

Sources of information on the 
states. Nov. 20, 1968. 12 p. 
Revised Sept. 22, 1971. 22 p. 
Second revision Apr. 15, 1975. 22 
p. Kellogg, Hargaret. Sheeder, 
Donna, rev. HcCay, Lynne, rev. 
Hultilith 75-112 CR 
Supersedes Hultiliths 71-213 CR 
and CR 116. 



State legislatures— [O.S. ] 

The legislator as user of 
information technology. Aug. 20, 
1973. 20 p. Revised Hay 1, 1975. 
25 p. Chartrand, Robert. 
Hultilith 75-77 SP 
Revision of Hultilith 73-130 SP 



State legislatures— [ O.S. ] — Eibliography 
Computer support for state 
legislatures. Pevised Jan. 15, 
1975. 12 p. Chartrand, Robert. 

Revision issued as Hultilith 7U- 
20U SP. 



State legislatures— [O.S. ]— Statistics 
Broadcast coveraae cf state 
legislatures. Sept. 0, 197<*. 2 p, 
Wellborn, Clay. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Joint Committee on Congressional 
Operations. Congress and mass 
communications. Appendix to 
hearings, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 
1970. p. 9U9-950. 



State and environment 

see Environmental policy 



State ownership 

see Government ownership 



State and tedicine 
see Hedical policy 



State planning 

see Economic policy 
Social policy 



State and science 
see Science policy 



State-Federal relations 

see Federal -state relations 



State politics and government 

see also Federal-state relation; 
Governors 

State legislatures 
State taxation 



State finance— [ 0. S. 1 

Financial condition of state and 
local governments. [Apr. 30, 19751 
3 p. Schick, Allen. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. 1 v. 121, July 
29, 1975: S1H198-SHJ200. 



State politics and government — [O.S.] — 
Bibliography 

Sources of information on the 
states. Nov. 20, 1968. 12 p. 
Revised Sept. 22, 1Q71. 22 p. 
Second revision Apr. 15, 1975. 22 
p. Kelloog, Hargaret. Sheeder, 
Donna, rev. HcCay, Lynne, rev. 
Hultilith 75-112 CR 
Supersedes nultiliths 71-213 CR 
and CR 116. 



179 



State politic? and government — (Cent.) 
State and local Governments: 
management capabilities and 
accountability: an annotated 
bibliography. Jan. 30, 1975. 15 
p. Csbourn, Sandra. 



Strategic materials— [ O.S. ] 

Brief backgrounder on mineral 
commodities in the O.S. stockpile, 
1975. Hay 16, 1975. U1 p. Agnew, 
Allen. 

Multilith 75-1U2 EP 



State taxation— r O.S. 1 

Analysis and summary of the draft 
report of the Advisory Commission 
on Intergovernmental Relations on 
state taxation of interstate 
activities of depositories on a 
"doing business" standard. Jan. 
28. 1975. 29 p. Zaritsky, Howard. 



Statistics 

see Gross national product 
Population statistics 
Subdivision Statistic? under 
specific topics 



Materials shortages: copper. 
Feb. 1975. 19 p. Agnew, Allen. 
Whiteman, David. 

Issued as a committee print. 

Senate Ccmmittee on Government 

Operations, Permanent 

Subcommittee on Investigations, 

94th Cong., 1st sess. 



Materials shortages: industry 
perceptions of shortages. Aug 
197tt. 42 p. Lindahl 
Thompson. Duane 



David. 



pson, uuane. 

Issued as a committee print, 
Senate Ccmmittee on Government 
Operations, Permanent 
Subcommittee on Investigations, 
93d Cong. , 2d sess. 



Stcck ownership for employees 
see Employee ownership 



Stockholders— r O.S.I 

National bank stockholders list, 
availability to individual 
stockholders. Apr. 1, 1975. 1 p, 
Lauck, Pobert. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. 1 v. 121, June 
27, 1975: S11810. 



Materials shortages; resources 
and shortages: an economic 
interpretation. Sept. 1974. 31 
Dunn, LePoy. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Government 
Operations, Permanent 
Subcommittee on Investigations, 
93d Cong. , 2d sess. 



Strikes 

see Collective bargaining 



Stockpiling 

see Paw materials 

Strategic materials 



Strategic importance — [Greece] 

Greece and Turkey: some military 
implications related to NATO and 
the Middle East. Feb. 28, 1975. 
63 p. Collins, John. Chwat, John. 
Issued as a ccmmittee print. 
House Committee on Foreign 
Affairs, Special Subcommittee on 
Investigations, 94th Cong., 1st 
sess. 



Strategic importance — r Mediterranean 
area! 

Greece and Turkey: some military 
implications related to NATO and 
the Middle East. Feb. 28, 1975. 
63 p. Collins, John. Chwat, John. 
Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Foreign 
Affairs, Special Subcommittee on 
Investigations, 94th Cong., 1st 
sess. 



Strategic importance — [Turkey] 

Greece and Turkey: some military 
implications related to NATO and 
the Middle East. Feb. 28, 1975. 
63 p. Collins, John. Chwat, John. 
Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee en Foreign 
Affairs, Special Subcommittee on 
Investigations, 94th Cong., 1st 
sess. 



Strip mining — [O.S.] — Law and legislation 
The cost tc consumers if strip 
mining legislation is enacted. 
[Apr. 22, 1975] 1 p. Canaday, 
Henry. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. ] v. 121, Apr. 
28, 1975: H3392. 



Potential inflationary impact of 
S. 425— H.R. 11500. NOV. 15, 1974. 

5 p. Whiteman, David. Canaday, 
Henry. 

Appears also in the 
Congressional record [daily ed.] 
v. 120, Dec. 16, 1974: S21615- 
S21616. 



Strip mining — [West (O.S.)] 

A compilation of documents 
relating to water availability for 
energy production. [Nov. 1974] 
1133 p. Erown, Howard. 

Appears in a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs. Water and 
energy self-sufficiency. 1974. 
p. 19-1151. 



Student loan funds — [O.S.] 

Federal student loan programs — 
1958 to 1974. Mar. 1, 1975. 105 
p. Stedman, Jim. 

Multilith 75-82 ED 



72-526 O - 76 - 13 



180 



Student loan funds — f 0.S.1 — Legislative 
histories 

Federal student loan prcgrams-- 
1958 to 197". War. 1, 1975. 105 
o. Stedman, Jin. 

nultilith 75-82 ED 



Supplemental security income program- 
Law and legislation 

Legislation relating to the 
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) 
program enacted during the 93rd 
Congress. Nov. 5, 1974. 6 p. 
Proskauer, Hartha. 

nultilith 74-197 ED 



Submarires 
see Atonic 



■ubmarines 



Subsidies 
see also 



Terms beginning with the 
words "Federal aid tc.. 



Support of dependents — [ 0. S. ] 

Postsecondary education expenses: 
parental obligation and the Federal 
Government. nay 20, 1975. 5 p. 
Stedman, Jim. 



Subsidies--[ 0. S. 1— Statistics 

Subsidy and subsidv-like programs 
of the U.S. Federal Government, 
fiscal years 1971-1976. June 3, 
1975. 15 p. Dovell, Susan. 
nultilith 75-137 E 



Subversive activities 
see also Espionage 

Internal security 



Subversive activities--r 0. S. 1 — Legal 
cases 

Cases relating to subversive 
activities appealed to the Supreme 
Court of the Onited States. Apr. 
1, 1968. 135 p. Sept. 12, 1974. 
118, 6 p. Celada, Raymond. Dale, 
Charles. 

nultilith 7U-165 A f5U8/2721 
Pevision of nultilith A 233 
[433/2721 



Supreme Court decisions 

Cases relating to subversive 
activities appealed to the Supreme 
Court of the Onited States. Apr. 
1, 1968. 135 p. Sept. 12, 1974. 
118, 6 p. Celada, Raymond. Dale, 
Charles. 

nultilith 7U-165 A [548/272] 
Revision of nultilith A 233 
[433/272 ] 



The constitutional boundaries of 

public aid tc parochial schools: an 

analysis of neek v. Pittenger. nay 

28, 1975. 27 p. Ackerman, David. 

nultilith 75-139 A [570/98] 



Federal-state election law 
survey: an analysis of state 
legislation. Federal legislation 
and judicial decisiors. Jan. 1, 
1975. 396 p. Durbin, Thomas. 
Fiori, Patricia. Reiner, Rita. 
This final issue for 1974 was 

prepared for the Office of 

Federal Elections of the General 

Accounting office. 



Suffrage 

see Election law 



Sulphur 

Research and development relating 
to sulfates in the atmosphere. 
June 1975. 2U1 p. Trumbule, 
Robert. Biniek, Joseph. Elcdgett, 
John. Grimes, naria. nusgrove, 
Connie. 

Issued as a committee prirt, 
Rouse Committee on Science and 
Technology, Subcommittee on the 
Environment and the Atmosphere, 
9Uth Cong., 1st sess. 



Gun control: the 
constitutionality of Federal 
prohibitions on the mere possession 
of firearms as an exercise of the 
commerce power. June 12, 1975. 30 
p. Ronhovde, Kent. 

nultilith 75-146 A [572/90] 



Hetropolitanwide relief in school 
desegregation cases: the Supreme 
Court decision in nilliken v. 
Bradley. Nov. 18, 1974. 36 p. 
Dale, Charles. 

nultilith 74-2*1 A [544/98] 



Supplemental appropriations — [O.s. 1 

Budget concepts and terminology: 
the appropriations phase. Nov. 21 
1974. 60 p. Fisher, Louis, 
nultilith 74-210 GGR 



Supplemental security income program 

The supplemental security income 
(SSI) program of income maintenance 
for the aged, blind, and disabled. 
Aug. 16, 1973. 10 p. Revised nar. 
1, 1974. 16 p. Second revision 
P«b. 1, 1975. 12 p. Humphreys, 
Joseph. Proskauer, nartha, rev. 
nultilith 75-52 ED 
Supersedes nultiliths 74-«=g ED 
and 73-145 ED. 



Prohibition against the use of 
the mails for distribution of 
obscene material and for pandering 
sexually oriented advertisements: 
pertinent provisions of the O.S. 
Criminal Code and Postal 
Reorganization Act of 1970 (Public 
Law 91-375) , and a resume of 
significant court decisions. Sept. 
30, 1974. 21 p. Wallace, Paul, 
nultilith 74-173 A [550/209] 



Recent developments in the area 
of religious activities in public 
schools and other public places. 
Feb. 28, 1969, 35 p. Revised 
Sept. 15, 1971 with addendum Nov, 
9, 1971. 67 p. Second revision 
July 5, 1074. 59 p. Danner, 
Herbert. Baris, David, rev. Sale, 
David, rev. 

nultilith 74-141 A [548/98] 
Supersedes nultiliths 71-269 A 

[467/98 (R) ] and A 273 [467/98]. 



181 



Supreme Court decisions (Cont.) 

Supreme Court decisions on 
impoundment of Water Pollution 
Cor.trcl Act funds. Feb. 26, 1975. 
25 p. Glass, Stuart. 

Multilith 75-6" A (564/113 A] 



The Voting Fights Act of 1965: an 

analysis and interpretation in 
liqht of recent Supreme Court and 
Federal court cases. Feb. 24 , 
1975. 18 p. Curbin, Thomas. 



Tax consultants — (U.S.] — Law and 
legislation 

Proposed tax reform: summaries of 

items included in the tentative 

decisions of the Committee on Ways 

and Means, House of 

Representatives, 93rd Congress. 

Nov. 4, 197a. 95 p. Drake, Susan. 
Gravelle, Jane. Kohnen, Harold. 

Marley, Ann. 



Tax credits 

see also Investment tax credit 



Synthetic fuel 

see Coal liquefaction 
Hydrogen as fuel 



Tariff 

see also Balance of payments 
Import restrictions 



Tax credits — (U.S.] 

Tax relief to students and 
parents for higher education 
expenses: current provisions and 
proposed reforms, with selected 
bibliography. Jan. 23, 1975. 20 
p. Pastorius, Gary. 
Multilith 75-21 S 



Tariff— (U.S. 1 

The economic impact of an 

additional $1 crude oil import 

surcharge and eld oil decontrol. 

may 29, 19751 2 p. Kumins, 

Lawrence. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record (daily ed.l v. 121, June 
3, 1975: F2813-F2814. 

Also in U.S. Cororess. 
Senate. Committee on Commerce. 
Subcommittee for Consumers. 
Impact on the consumer of the 
administration's energy 
proposals. Hearinq, <>4th ccng., 
1st sess. 19"*5. p. mi-m2. 



Tax credits — (U.S.] — Law and legislation 
Summary of principal provisions 
of the Internal Revenue Code 
affecting energy resources, 
production and consumption (oil, 
gas, and coal). Nov. 9, 1973. 9 
p. Revised June 6, 1975. 14 p. 
Leibowitz, George. Tannenwald, 
Robert, rev. 

Multilith 75-150 E 



Tax deductions 

see also Depletion allowances 

Depreciation and amortization 



Macro-economic cost of the 11.00 
bbl. import duty en petroleum. 
(Mar. 7, 19751 2 p. Kumins, 
Lawrence. 

Appears in the Conoressional 

record (daily ed. 1 v. 121, Mar. 

26, 1975: S5135-S5136. 



Tax administration — (O.S.I — Law and 
leqislation 

Leqislative history of tax return 
confidentiality: section 6103 of 
the Internal Fevenue Code of 195U 
and its predecessors. Dec. 4, 
197U. 235 p. Zaritsky, Howard. 
Multilith 7U-211 A (557/275] 



Tax deductions — (U.S.] 

Tax relief to students and 
parents for higher education 
expenses: current previsions and 
proposed reforms, with selected 
bibliography. Jar. 23, 1975. 20 
p. Pastorius, Gary. 
Multilith 75-21 S 



Tax deductions — (U.S.] — Law and 
legislation 

Child care legislation in the 
93rd Congress. Feb. 3, 1975. 26 
p. Malone, Margaret. 
Multilith 75-34 ID 



Proposed tax reform: summaries of 
items included in the tentative 
decisions of the Committee on Bays 
and Means, House of 
Representatives, 93rd Conqress. 
Nov. u, 1974. C5 p. Drake, Susan. 

Gravelle, Jane. Kohnen, Harold. 
Marley, Ann. 



Tax auditinq — (U.S.I — Law and legislation 
Proposed tax reform: summaries of 
items included in the tentative 
decisions of the Committee on Ways 
and Means, House of 
Representatives, 93rd Congress. 
Nov. 4, 1974. 95 p. Drake, Susan. 
Gravelle, Jane. Kohnen, Harold. 
Barley, Ann. 



Tax-exempt organizations — (U.S. ] — Law 
and leqislation 

Proposed tax reform: summaries of 

items included in the tentative 

decisions of the Committee on Ways 

and Means, House of 

Representatives, 93rd Congress. 

Nov. 4, 1974. 95 p. Crake, Susan. 
Gravelle, Jane. Kohnen, Harold. 

Marley, Ann. 



expenditures — (U.S. ] 

1975 budoet: alternatives and 
analyses. Apr. 15, 1975. 192 p. 
Farb, Warren. 

Issued by the Senate and House 
Committees on the Eudget. 

Warren Farb was a member of the 
working group preparing the study. 



182 



Tax Reduction Act — Legislative histories 
The Tax Reduction Act of 1575, 
P.L. 94-12, (H.R. 2166): the 
legislative development of each 
provision, including those items 
not adopted. Apr. 11, 1975. 5e p. 

Drake, Susan. Gravelle, Jane. 
Kchnen, Harold. 

nultilith 75-108 E 



Teaching materials — [ 0. S. ]--Bibliography 
Guides to free and inexpensive 
teaching aids: a selected list. 
Revised Dec. a, 197U. 5 p. Piatt, 
Suzy. 

Revision issued as nultilith 74- 
213 CR. 



Tax reform — ("O.S. 1 

Proposed tax reform: summaries of 
items included in the tentative 
decisions of the Committee or Says 
and Beans, House of 
Representatives, 93rd Corgress. 
Nov. 4, 197U. S5 p. Drake, Susan. 
Gravelle, Jane. Kohnen, Harold. 
Harlev, Ann. 



Technology and social problems — [O.S.] 

Science, technology, and American 
diplomacy; science and technology 
in the Department of State: 
bringing technical content into 
diplomatic policy and operations. 
June 1975. 180 p. Huddle, 
Franklin. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on International 
Relations, Subcommittee on 
International Security and 
Scientific Affairs. 



Tax returns — fO.S. ] 

Legislative history of tax return 
confidentiality: section €103 cf 
the Internal Revenue Code of 195U 
and its predecessors. Dec. 4, 
1974. 235 p. Zaritsky, Howard, 
nultilith 74-211 A f 557/275 1 



Treasury tax and loan accounts. 
Apr. 11, 1975. 16 p. Smale, 
Pauline. Bells, P. Jean. 



Technology assessment — [U.S.] — 
Legislative histories 

Public participation and 
technology assessment: a survey of 
the legislative history of the 
Office of Technology Assessment. 
Sept. 18, 1974. 30, 12 p. Chalk, 
Rosemary. 

nultilith 74-166 SP 



Tax returns--f O.S. 1 — Law and legislation 

Comparative analysis of major 
previsions cf three legislative 
proposals of tax return 
confidentiality: S. 199, S. 442 and 
S. 1511. Apr. 25, 1975. 28 p. 
Zaritsky, Howard. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 

Senate. Committee on Finance. 

Subcommittee en Administration of 

the Internal Revenue Code. 

Federal tax return privacy. 

Hearings, 94th Cong., 1st sess. 

1975. p. 165-192. 



Tax sharing 

see Revenue sharing 



Telecommunication law and legislation — 
[O.S.] 

Background information relating 
to Senate bill S. 2. Apr. 23, 
1975. 2 p. Poling, Robert. 
Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Commerce. 
Subccmmittee on Communications. 
Fairness doctrine. Hearings, 
94th Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 
37-38. 



The First Amendment Clarification 
Act of 1975— S. 2. [Apr. 21, 1975] 
7 p. Poling, Robert. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Commerce. 
Subcommittee on Communications. 
Fairness doctrine. Hearings, 
94th Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 
38-44. 



Taxation 

see Corporation taxes 
Excess profits tax 
Excise tax 
Gasoline tax 
Internal revenue 
Local taxation 
Sales tax 

Social security taxes 
State taxation 
Tariff 
Subdivision Taxation under 

particular topics 
Terms beginning with the word Tax 



"Interconnection" of eguipment 
with telephone company lines, and 
Federal Communications Ccmmission 
regulation. Aug. 6, 1974. 50 p. 
Glass, Stuart. 



Telephone — [O.S. ] 

"Interconnection" cf eguipment 
with telephone company lines, and 
Federal Communications Ccmmission 
regulation. Aug. 6, 1974. 50 p. 
Glass, Stuart. 



Taxation of foreign income — f 0. S. 1 — Law 
and legislation 

The Tax Reduction Act of 1975, 
P.L. 94-12, (H.R. 2166): the 
legislative development of each 
provision, including those items 
not adopted. Apr. 11, 1975. 58 p. 

Drake, Susan. Gravelle, Jane. 
Kchnen, Harold. 

nultilith 75-108 E 



Tennessee Valley Authority. 

The Tennessee Valley Authority: 
lessons for national growth and 
development planning. Aug. 7, 
1974. 23 p. Hellborn, Clay. 



183 



Tennessee Vallev development 

The Tennessee Valley Authority: 
lessens for national growth and 
development planninq. Ana. 7, 
1970. 23 p. wellborn. Clay. 



Tidelands oil 

see Petroleum in submerged lands 



Timber clearcutting 

see Forest clearcutting 



Tenure cf effice 

see Presidential term of office 



Territorial deleoates in Conaress 
see Conaressicnal deleoations 



Time — [O.S.] — Law and legislation 

Daylight saving tire--background 
and leoislative analysis. Aug. 12, 
197ft. 70 p. Revised tec. 31, 
197U. 71 p. Ayton, Hauree. 
Hultilith 7U-207 SP 
Revision of Hultilith 7ft-1ft8 SP. 



Territorial waters 
see also Haritit 



law 



Treaties and ether international 
agreements on fisheries, 
oceancqraphic resources, and 
wildlife to which the Onited States 
is party. Dec. 31, 197ft. 968 p. 
Brcwne, Harlcrie. Branaman, Brenda. 
Issued as a committee print. 

Senate Committee en Commerce, 93d 

Cong. , 2d sess. 



Tourist trade — [O.s. ] — Directories 

Sources of information on the 
states. Nov. 20, 1968. 12 p. 
Revised Sept. 22, 1971. 22 p. 
Second revision Apr. 15, 1975. 22 
p. Kellogg, Hargaret. Sheeder, 
Donna, rev. HcCay, Lynne, rev. 
Hultilith 75-112 CP 
Supersedes Hultiliths 71-213 CP 
and CR 116. 



Terrorism — f Palestine 1 

A brief history of terrorist and 
nob violence in Palestine prior to 
the independence of Israel. Aug. 
27, 197ft. 15 p. Hark, Clyde. 



Town planning 

see Urban planning 



Trade agreements 

see Economic policy 
Tariff 



Thermal power plants — rsouthwest (O.S.)] 
A compilation of documents 
relatinq to water availability for 
energy production. [Nov. 197ft] 
1133 p. Brcwn, Howard. 

Appears in a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs. Water and 
eneroy self-sufficiency. 197ft. 
p. 19-1151. 



Thermal power plants — T 0.S.1 
Factors affecting coal 
substitution for other fossil fuels 
in electric power production and 
industrial uses. f Hay 19751 ft3 p. 
Aanew, Allen. Gushee, David. 
Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 9ftth Cong., 1st 
sess. 



Third parties (O.S. politics) — State laws 
The qualification of minor aud 
new political parties and 
independent candidates for a place 
on the general election ballot: a 
compilation of summaries of state 
laws and an introductory analysis 
of selected court decisions. Hay 
5, 1967. 107 p. Fevised Har. 
1970. 120 p. Second revision Dec. 
3, 197«. 116 p. fadlosky, 
Elizabeth. Thornton, Pobert. 
Glass, Stuart. Durbin, Thcmas, 
rev. Ripy, Thomas, rev. 

Hultilith 7ft- 209 A f556/10ftF] 
Supersedes Hultiliths 70-196 A 
f«89/10ft1 and A 200. 



Trade regulation 
see Antitrust law 
Honopolies 
Price regulation 
Resale price maintenance 



Traffic accidents and safety--( 0. S. ] — 
Bibliography 

The Federal traffic safety 
legislation: a selected 
bibliography. Oct 20, 1966. 3 p. 
Revised Apr. 28, 1975. 11 p. 
Heidbreder, Elizabeth. Hilton, 
Bemevia, rev. 

Hultilith 75-117 E 

Revision of Hultilith E 189. 



Traffic accidents and saf ety--[ 0. S. ] — 
Law and legislation 

The Federal traffic safety 
legislation: a selected 
bibliography. Oct 20, 1966. 3 p. 
Revised Apr. 28, 1975. 11 p. 
Heidbreder, Elizabeth. Hilton, 
Bernevia, rev. 

Hultilith 75-117 E 

Revision of Hultilith E 189. 



Transportation law and legislation 
see Interstate commerce 
Haritine law 



Three-mile limit 

see Territorial waters 



184 



Transportation of hazardous substances 
Feaceful nuclear exports and 
weapons proliferation; a 
compendium. Apr. 1975. 1355 p. 
Donnelly, Warren. Rather, Earbara. 
Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committer on Government 
Operations, 9ttth Cono., 1st sess. 

Warren Donnelly and Barbara 
Father assisted the committee in 
the preparation of the report. 



Travel 

see Description and travel 
Tcurist trade 



Treatment and rehabilitation of narcotic 
addicts — [O.S. ]--Law and legislation 

Control of drug abuse: summary of 
principal legislative activity in 
the 93rd Ccngress. Dec. 3, 197«. 
U3 p. Hogan, Harry. 

nultilith 7U-230 ED 



Truman, Harry S. 

Resolutions to impeach, or to 
investigate the possibility of 
impeaching a President of the 
United States. July 8, 197U. 17 
p. Stathis, Stephen, 



Treaties 

see also Arms ccntrcl agreements 
Executive agreements 
Space agreements 



Tuition 

see College costs 



Twelve-mile limit 

see Territorial waters 



Treaties--T Polar regions 1 

Treaties and other international 
agreements en fisheries, 
oceanographic resources, and 
wildlife to which the Onited States 
is party. Dec. 31, 197U. 968 p. 
Brcwr.e, Harlorie. Branaman, Btenda. 
Issued as a committee print. 

Senate Comiittee on Commerce, 93d 

Cong., 2d sess. 



Tyler, John. 

Resolutions to impeach, or to 
investigate the possibility of 
impeaching a President of the 
Onited States. July 8, 1974. 17 
p. Stathis, Stephen, 



Treaties--ro.S. 1 — Law and legislation 

Legislation on foreign relations 
with explanatory notes. June 1975. 

1856 p. Collier, Ellen. Albano, 
Walter. Rynearson, Arthur. 
Newels, Larry. 

Issued as a 1oint committee 
print. Senate Committee on 
Foreign Relations and House 
Committee en International 
Relations, 93d Conq., 1st sess. 

The compilation was prepared 
under the direction of the Senate 
Committee cr Foreign Relations 
with the assistance of CRS and 
AID. 



Underground movements — [ Palestine ] 

A brief history of terrorism and 
mob violence in Palestine prior to 
the independence of Israel. Aug. 
27, 197U. 15 p. Hark, Clyde. 



Unemployment 

see also Employment 



Full employment policies 
Manpower training programs 
Migrant labor 
Public service employment 
Public welfare 
Unemployment insurance 



Treatment and rehabilitation of 
alcoholics — r O.S. 1 — Bibliography 

Evaluation research and its 
application to health programs: 
selected references, 1970-1?7«. 
Feb. 2«, 1975. 15 p. Davenport, 
Nancv. 

Hultilith 75-59 L 



Treatment and rehabilitation of narcotic 
addicts--r C.S. 1 

Federal regulation of methadone. 
Aug. 15, 197U. U7 p. Hcgan, Harry. 
nultilith 7U-152 ed 



Unemployment--[ 0, S. ] 

Health insurance and the 
unemployed. Mar. 7, 1975. 32 p. 
Harkus, Glenn. O'Sullivan, 
Jennifer. Hoyer, Robert. Kline, 
Janet. Cavalier, Kay. Ebeler, 
Jack. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Finance, 90th 
Cong., 1st sess. 

The health section of Education 
and Public Welfare Division 
provided extensive assistance to 
the staff. 

A «U page version was issued as 
a committee print by the House 
Committee on Interstate and 
Foreign commerce, 91th Cong., 1st 
sess. 



Treatment and rehabilitation of narcol 
addicts--r 0. S. 1 — Bibliography 

Evaluation research and its 
application to health proqrams: 
selected references, 1970-197U. 
Peb. 20, 1975. 15 p. Daverport, 
Narcv. 

nultilith 75-59 L 



Unemployment- -[O.S. ] — Statistics 

A note on unemployment rates 
durinq the New Deal. f Jan. 28, 
1975] 2 p. Guttman, Robert. 
Allman, Ann. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [ daily ed. 1 v. 121, Feb. 
5, 1975: S1533-S153«. 



185 



Unemployment insurance — [U.S. ] 
Health insurance and the 
unemployed. Mar. 7, 1975. 32 p. 
Harkus, Glenn. C'Sullivar., 
Jennifer. Hoyer, Pobert. Kline, 
Janet. Cavalier, Kay. Ebeler, 
Jack. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Finance, 94th 
Cono. , 1st sess. 

The health section of Education 
and Public Welfare Division 
provided extensive assistance to 
the staff. 

A 44 paae version was issued as 
a committee print by the House 
Committee en Interstate and 
Foreion Commerce, 94th Conq., 1st 
sess. 



Unemployment insurance — [D.S.I — law and 
leqislation 

The Emergency Jobs and 
Unemployment Assistance Act of 
1974: a brief summary. Dec. 23, 
1974. 8 p. Guttman, Robert. 
Appears also in the 
Congressional record [daily ed. ] 
v. 121, Jan. 15, 1975: H146-H147. 



U.S. Advisory Commission en 

Intergovernmental Relations. 

Analysis and summary of the draft 
report of the Advisory Commission 
on Intergovernmental Relations on 
state taxation of interstate 
activities of depositories on a 
"doing business" standard. Jan. 
28, 1975. 29 p. Zaritsky, Howard. 



U.S. Agency for Consumer Advocacy 
(Proposed) 

An analysis of the results of the 
Business Foundtable poll on the 
Consumer Advocacy Agency. Hay 6, 
1975. 4 p. Melnick, Daniel. 

Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. ] v. 121, June 
6, 1975: S1008-S1011. 

Appears also in U.S. Congress. 
House. Committee on Government 
Operations. Legislation and 
National Security Subcommittee. 
Establishing an agency for 
consumer protection. Hearings, 
94th Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 
255-261. 



Summary of testimony presented at 
public hearings on health insurance 
for the unemployed and related 
legislation. War. 21, 1975. 23 p. 

O'Sullivan, Jennifer. Cavalier, 
Kay. Price, Pichard. 

Issued as a committee print, 
House Committee on Ways and 
Heans, Subcommittee on Health, 
90th Cong., 1st sess. 

CRS assisted the staff in the 
preparation of the committee 
print. 



Bureau of Indian Affairs. 
Agency responses pursuant to 

Congressional Research request 

regarding Indian housing 

activities. [Dec. 12, 1974] 180 

p. Jones, Richard. 

Appears in a committee print, 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs. Indian housing 
in the United States; a staff 
report on the Indian housing 
effort in the United States with 
selected appendixes. 1975. p. 
457-636. 



Unicameral legislatures 
see State legislatures 



Uniform Time Act 

Daylight saving time — background 
and legislative analysis. Aug. 12, 
1974. 70 p. Revised Dec. 31, 
1974. 71 p. Aytor, Hauree. 
Hultilith 74-207 SP 
Revision of Hultilith 74-148 SP. 



Central Intelligence Agency. 
Fund restriction on foreign 
covert operations of the C.I. A. not 
strictly limited to intelligence 
gathering activities. Bar. 18, 
1975. 17 p. Celada, Raymond. 



Reported foreign and domestic 
covert activities of the United 
States Central Intelligence Agency: 
1950-1974. Feb. 18, 1975. 13 p. 
Grimmett, Richard. 

Hultilith 75-50 F 



Union security — TU.S. 1 — Law and 
leqislation 

Riqht-to-work: an overview. Apr. 
5, 1975. 19 p. Hunt, Patrick. 
Hultilith 75-39 E 



Union security — [U.S.] — State laws 

Riqht-tc-work: an overview. Apr. 
5, 1975. 19 p. Hunt, Patrick. 
Hultilith 75-39 E 



U.S. Central Intelligence Agency — 
Legislative histories 

Legislative history of the 
Central Intelligence Agency as 
documented in published 
congressional sources. Jan. °, 
1975. 307 p. Williams, Grover. 
Hultilith 75-5 A [558/114] 



United Nations Conference on the Law of 
the Sea, 3d, New York and Caracas, 1973- 
1974. 

The third U.N. Law of the Sea 
Conference. Mar. 19, 1975] 66 p. 

Franssen, Herman. Browne, 
Harlorie. Hielke, James. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Ccmmi+tee on Commerce and 
the National Oc?an Policy Study, 
94th Conq., 1st sess. 



Civil Aeronautics Board. 
Law and procedures regardinq 
ma-|or new route proceedings before 
the Civil Aeronautics Board. Feb. 
3, 1975. 79 p. Glass, Stuart. 



186 



Civilian Conservation Corps. 
The oriqins, objectives, and 
accomplishments cf the Civilian 
Corservaticn Corps (CCC) , the 
Public Works Administration (P«A) , 
the Works Prcqress Administration 
(WPA) , the National Youth 
Administration (NYA) , and the 
Reconstruction Finance Corporation 
(RFC! . Feb. 7, 1975. 8 p. 
Sheridan, Peter. 

Appears also in the 
Conqressional record r daily ed. 1 
v. 121, Har. 0, 1975: F869-E870. 



O.S. Conqress 
Government Ope 
Compile 
Governmen 
ccmpilati 
reported 
Committee 

3d ed. 

Williams, 

Issue 

House C 

Operati 

Giove 

Lyons a 

compila 



House. Committee en 
rations. 

d statutes — Committee or. 
t Operations; beinq a 
on of acts of Conqress 
frcm or connected with the 

on Government Operations. 
Dec. 197U. 685 p. 

Grover. Lyons, Thomas, 
d as a committee print, 
ommittee on Government 
ons, 93d Conq. , 2d sess. 
r Williams and Thomas 
ided the staff in the 
ticn. 



O.S. Conqress. Senate. Committee on 
Interior and Insular Affairs. 

Leqislative history of Senate 

Pesolution ft5. Dec. 31, 197ft. 20 

p. Beard, Daniel. 



U.S. Conqress. Senate. Committee on 
Labor and Public Welfare. 

Statutes which are within the 
leqislative jurisdiction of the 
Committee on Labor and Public 
Welfare, United States Senate. 
[Apr. 18, 1975] 183 p. Williams, 
Grover. DeGostin, Robert. 

Appears in Senate report no. 9ft- 
87, Committee on Labor and Public 
welfare. Legislative review 
activity. 1975. p. 189-371. 



O.S. Conqress. Senate. Committee on 
the Budget. 

The Congressional Budget and 
Impoundment Act (P.L. 93-3ftft): a 
summary of its provisions. Feb. 5, 
1975. 35 p. Schick, Allen. 
Hultilith 75-33 S 



O.S. Congress. House. Committee on 
Pules — Histcry 

A short history of the 
development of the House Committee 
on Pules. Har. 8, 1968. 13 p. 
Revised Feb. 17, 1969. 17 p. 
Second revision June 18, 1975. 35 
p. Kravitz, Walter, oleszek, 
Walter, rev. 

Hultilith 75-1ft8 GGR 
Supersedes nultiliths GGR 205 
and GGR 156. 

GGR 156 appears also in the 
Conqressional record f daily ed. 1 
v. 11U, Sept. 26, 1968: E82ft9- 
F8251. 



O.S. Conqress. House. Committee en 
Standards of Official Conduct — 
Biblioqraphy 

Conqressional ethics ard the 
ethics committees: a select 
annotated biblioqraphy. June 5, 
1970. 11 p. Revised Feb. 13, 
1975. 35 p. Pauls, Frederick. 
Lehmann, Mildred, rev. 
Hultilith 75-73 GGR 
Revision of Hultilith 70-1ft9 
GGR. 



O.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on 
the Budget — Leqislative histories 

The Congressional Budget Act of 
197ft (P.L. 93-3ftft): legislative 
history and analysis. Feb. 26, 
1975. 223 p. Schick, Allen. 
Hultilith 75-9ft S 



O.S. Congress. Senate. Select 
Committee on Standards and Conduct — 
Bibliography 

Congressional ethics and the 
ethics committees: a select 
annotated bibliography. June 5, 
1970. 11 p. Revised Feb. 13, 
1975. 35 p. Pauls, Frederick. 
Lehmann, Hildred, rev. 
Hultilith 75-73 GGR 
Revision of Hultilith 70-1ft9 
GGR. 



Congressional Budget Office. 
The Congressional Budget and 
Impoundment Act (P.L. 93-3ft") : a 
summary of its provisions. Feb. 5, 
1975. 35 p. Schick, Allen. 
Hultilith 75-33 S 



O.S. Conqress. House. Committee en 
the Budqet. 

The Conqressional Budqet and 
Impoundment Act (P.L. 93-3ftft) : a 
summary of its provisions. Feb. 
1975. 35 p. Schick, Allen. 
Hultilith 75-33 S 



O.S. Conqressional Budget Cffice — 
Legislative histories 

The Congressional Budget Act of 
197ft (P.L. 93-3ftft): legislative 
history and analysis. Feb. 26, 
1975. 223 p. Schick, Allen. 
Hultilith 75-9ft S 



O.S. Conqress. House. Committee on 
the Budqet — Leqislative histories 

The Conqressional Budqet Act of 
197ft (P.L. 93-3ftU» : leqislative 
history and analysis. Peb. 26, 
1975. 223 p. Schick, Allen. 
Hultilith 75-9ft S 



18' 



U.S. Council en International Econcaic 

Fclicv. 

Sunarv of the correspondence 
be* veer, the Council on 
International Ecc-csic Pclicv 
(CUP) and the Scbcomittee cr 
International 'c-ctic Policy of 
the Hens'? International Felatior.s 
Ccisittee I" ccr.cerninc O.S. 
inte-raticnal economic policy] and 
accoma^ vino materials and 
statements. "av 5, 1975. 7 p. 
Costa, John. 

Appears in 0. S. Congress. 
Bouse. Ccnittee on 
International Pelations. 
Subcommittee en International 
Eccrc?ic Fclicy. Authorization 
leoislaticn for and the operation 
cf *he Council en International 
Eccn.cric Pclicv. Hearir.o, 9«tn 
Cone, 1st sess. 1975. c. 33-3 c . 



U.S. Council on Hage and Price 
Stability. 

?a1or econctic stabilization 

bills cendina before the 9oth 

Ccnoress: a ccioarative analysis. 

"<ar. 28, 1975. 33 p. Knight, 

Edward. 

Acpears in O.S. Conqress. 
House. Coiiittee on Banki-c, 
Currency and Housing. 
Sutccaiittee en Eccnoiic 
Stabilization. Incoses pclicv 
legislation— 1975. H<=arinas, 
9u*h Cono. , 1st sess. 1975. ; 
190-216. 



Dept. of Labor—Appropriations 

Constitutionality of Bartlett 

asendiert banning :se Df DBEi and 

DOL ?Y -> c ~; funds for abortions. 

Oct. u, 1970. 11 p. Rosenberg, 
lorton. 

Appears also in the 
Congressional record r daily ed. ] 
v. t2 n , Nov. 26, il-i._. H 1104- 
B1105. 



Dept. cf State. 
Science, technology, and Arericar. 
diploiacy; science and tech-.olcgy 
in the Department of State: 
bringing technical content ir.*e 
diplomatic Dclicv and cceratio-^. 
June " c ~ r . • : " :. B : J il<=, 

Franklin. 

Is-ued as a committee print, 
Bouse Coiiittee on International 
Relations, Subcossittee on 
Internatic-il Secority and 
Scientific Affairs. 



D.S. Energy Research and Eevelopient 
»d ministration. 

Pederal interagency coordination 
of nonnuclear ereroy reseatcb and 
developient. June 6, 1975. 2 n p. 
Bates, Dorothy. 

Appears i r. D.S. C o n g r e s s . 
House. Coiiittee on Science and 
Technology. Comprehensive plan 
for er.ercv research, developient 
and aeaonstration. Bearing, 9uth 
Cona., 1st sess. - '9" 7 5. p. 5 92- 
618. 



teDt. of Defense. 
The role cf Ccnoress ir tl 
Departient cf Defense 
Feoroanizaticn Act cf 1958. 
2, 1975. 1 "'0 d. Gregory, 
Vathaniel. 

-nltilith 75-161 ? 



Dept. cf Defense— Bibliography 

Departient of Defense 
orqanizaticn: selected references 
19U0-197U. log. 15, 197U. 32 d. 
Gregorv, Vathaniel. 

Rultilitt 74-156 F 



Foriulation of a national plan 
and prcgrar for energy research and 
developient: leoislative history of 
'PDA's responsibilities under P.L. 
93-577. j UT ;e 6, 1975. 05 p. 
Bates, Dorothy. 

Appears in C.S. Congress. 
House. Coiiittee on Science and 
Technology. Cotprehensive plan 
for energy research, "rv-irp-ent 
and ieaonstration. Bearing, 9oth 
Cono., 1st sess. 1975. p. 5""'- 
591 . 



and 



D.S. Dept. cf Health, Education, 
Welfare — Appropriations 

Constitutionality of Bartlett 
aiendient banning use of DBTO and 
DCI FY 1975 funds for abortions. 
Oct. u, 197*. 11 p. ?cse:b?::, 
Borton. 

Appears also ir the 
Congressional record Tdailv ed. 1 
v. 120, Nov. 26, 197»: ?"' '-- 
B1105. 



TeDt. of Justice. 
Conflict cf interest provisions 
applicable to Departnent of Justice 
personnel. Sent. 5, 197a. 62 p. 
Baskell, Jack. 



D.S. Energy Research and Developrer.t 
adninistration— Finance 

Energy research and developrent 
in the BBD1 budget reguest: ar 
assessment. Feb. 19, 1?"-". 
Hack, David. Fiva, Jcs°:-. 
Griffin, Binifred. Rotbberg, Paul. 
Hoore, J. Glen. Justss, John. 
Appears in c.s. Congress. 
Senate, coeaittee cr. interior 

Ensulaz Affairs, 
"ubec-sittee on Energy Research 
and Bates Resources. Bonnoclear 
e-ercv research and developient 
fiscal vear 1976 authorization. 
Hearinas, 9oth Cone., 1st sess. 
1975. o. 27-90. 



O.S. Dent, of Justice. Antitrust 
Divisicr. 

Selected administrative and 

congressional action in antitrust 
■atters — January 1, 1970, to June 
30, 1?7u. ro C . i-i f 197«. 1 = r. 
Zafren, Daniel. 



188 



Enerqv Resea 

The FY 1976 

sclar eneray: 

backqround, a 

brief analvsi 

p. Moore, J. 

Appears i 

Senate. Cc 

and Insular 

Subcommitte 

and Water R 

enercv rese 

fiscal year 

Hearinqs, 9 

1975. p. 2 



rch and (Cor.t.) 

budqet request fcr 

sclar budqet 
cer.cy requests, and 
s. Feb. 13, 1975. 2 

Glen. 
n O.S. Conqress. 
mmittee on Interior 

Affairs, 
e en Enerqy Research 
esources. Nonnucl«>ar 
arch and development 

1976 authorization. 
Oth Conq. , 1st sess. 
5-26. 



O.S. Executive Cffice of the President-- 

History 

The evcluticn of the Executive 
Office of the President. Mar. 19, 
1975. 79 o. Felyea, Harold. 



Farmers Home Administration. 
Aoency responses pursuant to 

Cororessional Research request 

reqardinq Indian housinq 

activities. TDec. 12, 197a] 180 

p. Jcr.es, Richard. 

Appears in a committee print. 
Senate committee or. Interior and 
Insular Affairs. Indian housinq 
in the United States; a staff 
repcrt en the Indian housinq 
effort in the United States with 
selected appendixes. 1975. p. 
057-636. 



Federal Communications Commission. 

The First Amendment Clarification 
Act Of 1975--S. 2. TApr. 21, 1975] 
7 p. Polinq, Robert. 

Appears in O.S. Conqress. 

Senate. Committee on Commerce. 

Subcommittee en Communications. 

Fairness doctrine. Hearings, 

9"th Conq., 1st sess. 1975. p. 

38-00. 



Federal Financinq Bank. 
The Federal Financinq Bank — its 
role and functions. June 25, 1975. 
27 p. Hitrisin, John. 
Multilith 75-152 E 



Federal Hou 
Aqency res 
Corqressicna 
reqardinq In 
activities. 
d. Jcr.es, R 
Appears 
Senate Com 
Insular Af 
in the Oni 
report on 
effort in 
selected a 
057-636. 



sinq Administratis, 
ponses pursuant to 
1 Research request 
dian housinq 

TDec. 12, 19701 180 
ichard. 

in a committee print, 
mittee on Interior and 
fairs. Indian housinq 
ted States: a staff 
the Indian housina 
the United States with 
ppendixes. 1975. p. 



O.S. General Services Adiinistration — 
Law and legislation 

Congressional review of 
regulations issued by Administrator 
of General Services under 
Presidential Recordings and 
Materials Preservation Act. Mar. 
19, 1975. p. Treacy, Vincent. 
Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Government 
Operations. GSA regulations 
implementing Presidential 
Recordings and Materials 
Preservation Act. Hearing, 90th 
Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 69-72. 
Also in O.S. Ccngress. House. 
Committee on House 
Administration. Subcommittee on 
Printing. GSA regulations to 
implement title I cf the 
Presidential Recordings and 
Materials Preservation Act. 
Hearings, 9Uth Cong., 1st sess. 
1975. p. 151-150. 

Also in House report no. 90- 
560, Committee on Rouse 
Administration. Disapproving 
regulations proposed by the 
General Services Administration 
implementing the Presidential 
Recordings and Materials 
Preservation Act. 1975. p. 65- 
69. 



Indian Health Service. 
Agency responses pursuant to 

Congressional Research request 

regarding Indian housing 

activities. [Dec. 12, 1970] 180 

p. Jones, Richard. 

Appears in a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs. Indian housing 
in the Onited States; a staff 
report on the Indian housing 
effort in the Onited States with 
selected appendixes. 1975. p. 
057-636. 



O.S. Library of congress. 
Congressional Research Service. 
Annual report of the 
Congressional Research Service of 
the Library cf Congress for fiscal 
year 1970 to the Joint Committee on 
the Library, Onited States 
Congress, pursuant to Public Law 91 
510, title III, part 2 (section 
321). May 7, 1975. 170 p. 
Congressional Research Service. 
Issued as a joint cemmittee 
print. Joint Committee on the 
Library, 90th Conq., 1st sess. 



Automation and the Congressional 
Research Service. Feb. 0, 1970. 
T171 p. Revised Mar. 1, 1970. 17 
p. Second revision Mar. 1, 1975. 
17 p. Goodrum, Charles. 
Hultilith 75-61 C 
Supersedes Multiliths 70-63 D 
and 70-27 D. 



Federal Trade Commission. 
Selected administrative and 
congressional action in antitrust 
matters—January 1, 1970, to June 
l 1 ". 1=70. Dec. 10, 1970. 16 p. 
Zafren, Daniel. 



The Congressional Research 
Service: excerpts from the annual 
report of fiscal year 1973. Sept. 
27, 1970. 60 p. Congressional 
Research Service. 
Multilith 



189 



National Bureau of Standards. 

Voluntary industrial standards ii 
the United States; an overview of 
their evolution and significance 
for the Conqress. Julv 1974. 122 
p. Donnelly, warren. Gulick, 
Frances. Eurt, John. 

Issued as a committee print. 

House Committee or. Science and 

Astronautics, Subcommittee en 

Science, Research, and 

Development, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



Public Works Administration. 
The origins, objectives, and 
accomplishments of the Civilian 
Conservation Corps (CCC) , the 
Public works Administration (PWA) , 
the Works Proaress Administration 
(WPA), the National Youth 
Administration (NYA) , and the 
reconstruction Finance Corporation 
(PPC) . Feb. 7, 1975. 6 p. 
Sheridan, Peter. 

Appears also in the 
Congressional record [daily ed. ] 
v. 121, Par. n, 1975: E869-E870. 



O.S. National Institutes of Health- 
Finance 

The NIH biomedical research 
budget: an analysis of research 
priorities and associated issues in 
fiscal year 1975. Nov. 197a. 109 
c. Podge, Christopher. 
Hultilith -m-191 SP 



Work Projects Administration. 
A brief history of work relief 
programs during the depression. 
[Jan. 1975] 2 f. Allman, Ann. 
Appears in the Congressional 
record [daily ed. ] v. 121, Feb, 
5, 1975: S153U-S1535. 



National Youth Administration. 
The origins, objectives, and 
accomplishments of the Civilian 
Conservation Corps (CCC), the 
Public Works Administration (PWA) , 
the Works Prcoress Administration 
(WPA) , the National Youth. 
Administration (NYA) , and the 
Peconstruction Finance Corporation 
(RFC) . Feb. 7, 1975. 8 p. 
Sheridan, Peter. 

Appears also in the 
Congressional record r daily ed. ] 
v. 121, Har. u, 1975: E869-E870. 



Th 

Conser 

Public 

the Wo 

(SPA) 

Admini 

Peccns 

(PFC) 

Sherid 

AP 

Cong 

v. 1 



orioins, objectives, and 
lishments of the Civilian 
vation Corps (CCC) , the 

Works Administration (PWA) , 
rks Progress Administration 

the National Youth 
stration (NYA), and the 
itruction Finance Corporation 

Feb. 7, 1975. 8 p. 
an, Peter. 
pears also in the 
ressional record [daily ed. ] 
21, War. U. 1975: E869-E870. 



Nuclear Pegulatory Commission. 

Whether the Nuclear Regulatory 
Commission should be reguired to 
file an envircrmental impact 
statement cencernino its licensing 
of the importation of plutcniui. 
Har. 25, 1975. o p. Fubin, Janice. 
Appears in a committee print. 

Senate Committee on Government 

Operations. Peaceful nuclear 

execrts and neacon; 

proliferation. 1975. p. U19-a22. 



Office of Management and Eudget. 
The status and functions of on 5: 
a brief overview. Dec. 3, 197U. 
13 p. Pelyea, Harold. 



Universities 
see Colleges 



Urban economic development 

see also Regional economic development 



Urban economic development — [U.S.] — 
Finance 

A review of congressional action 
taken on the Nixon administration 
special revenue sharing proposals, 
93rd congress. Jan. 2a, 197a. 19 
p. Revised Dec. 197a. 21 p. 
HcBreen, Maureen. 

Hultilith 75-8 E 

Revision of Hultilith 7a-17 E. 



U.S. Office of Technology Assessment — 
leaislative histories 

Public participation and 
technology assessment: a survey of 
the leaislative history of the 
Office of Technclcoy Assessment. 
Sept. 18, 197a. 30, 12 p. Chalk, 
Rosemary. 

Hultilith 7U-166 SP 



Price Restraint Board (Proposed) 
Hajcr economic stabilization 

bills pending before the 9ath 

Corqress: a comparative analysis. 

Har. 28, 1975. 33 p. Knight, 

Edward. 

Appears in U. S. Congress. 
House. Committee on Banking, 
Currency and Housing. 
Subcommittee en Economic 
Stabilization. Incomes policy 
legislation — 1975. Hearings, 
9ttth Ccnq., 1st sess. 1975. p. 
184-216. 



Urban planning 

see also Community development 
Land use 
Regional planning 



Urban planning--[ U. s. ] 

Congress and the Nation's 
environment; environmental and 
natural resources affairs of the 
93d Congress. Apr. 1975. 9a0 p. 
Environmental Policy Division. 
Library Services Division. 

Issued as a committee print, 
Senate Committee on Interior and 
Insular Affairs, 9Uth Cong., 1st 
sess. 

Bibliographies of congressional 
documents were compiled by the 
Library Services Division. 



190 



Orban planning — f 0.S.1 — Finance 
Overview of the "701" 
comprehensive planninq assistance 
program, 1950-197U. Feb. 11, 1975. 
30 p. Bellborn, Clay. 



Orban transportation 

see Personal rapid transit 



Varnishes 

see Paints and varnishes 



Veterans 

see also Hilitary pensions 



Veterans — CO.S. 1 

Human resource programs — 1976 
budget highliqhts and issues (with 
appendix coverinq law enforcement 
and -justice). Feb. 5, 1975. 02 p. 

Education and Public Helfare 
Division. 

Hultilith 75-36 ED 



Veterans' bonuses — ro.S.] 

The veterans' bonus question. 
Julv 16, 1970. 33 p. Nemesnyik, 
Ilona. 

Hultilith 7a- 128 ED 



Veterans' disability compensation — [U.S.] 
Veterans benefits: a comparison 
and analysis. Oct. 26, 1S73. 33 
p. Fevised Jan. 29, 1975. 29 p. 
Nemesnyik, Ilcna. 

Hultilith 75-26 ED 

Fevisicn of Hultilith 73-180 ED. 



Veterans' education — f 0. S. 1 

Veterans benefits: a comparison 
and analysis. Oct. 26, 1973. 33 
p. Fevised Jan. 29, 1975. 29 p. 
Nemesnyik, Ilcna. 

Hultilith 75-26 ED 

Fevision of Hultilith 73-180 ED. 



Veterans' education — f 0. S. 1 — Law and 
leqislaticn 

Veterans' benefits leqislaticn in 
the 93rd Conaress. Jan. 15, 1975. 
10 p. Nemesnyik, Ilona. 
Hultilith 75-12 ED 



Veterans' employment — CO.S.] 

Veterans benefits: a comparison 
and analysis. Oct. 26, 1973. 33 
p. Fevised Jan. 29, 1975. 29 p. 
Nemesnyik, Ilona. 

Hultilith 75-26 ED 

Fevision of Hultilith 72-180 ED. 



Veterans' hospitals — [U.S.] 

Comparison cf physicians' 
salaries: Veterans Administration, 
Oniformed Services (including 
Public Health Service), and the 
private sector. Apr. 21, 1975. 13 
p. Nemesnyik, Ilona. 

Hultilith 75-119 ED 
Appears also in O.S. Congress. 
House. Committee on Veterans' 
Affairs. Subcommittee on 
Hospitals. Salaries of 
physicians in the V.A. hospital 
system. Hearings, 90th Cong., 
1st sess. 1975. p. 193-199. 

Also in House report no. 90- 
339, Committee on Veterans' 
Affairs. Veterans' 
Administration Physicians and 
Dentists Comparability Pay Act of 
1975. 1975. p. 31-38. 

Also in O.S. Conqress. 
Senate. Committee on Veterans' 
Affairs. Subcommittee on Health 
and Hospitals. Veterans' 
Administration Physician Pay 
Comparability Act of 1975. 
Hearinqs, 90th Conq., 1st sess. 
1975. p. 525-532. 



Hedicare, CHAHP0S, and CHAHPVA: 
brief comparison of the major 
provisions. Dec. 27, 197a. 8 p. 
Nemesnyik, Ilona. 

Hultilith 70-236 ED 



Veterans benefits: a comparison 
and analysis. Oct. 26, 1973. 33 
p. Fevised Jan. 29, 1975. 29 p. 
Nemesnyik, Ilona. 

Hultilith 75-26 ED 

Fevision of Hultilith 73-180 ED. 



Veterans' hospitals — (O.S.]--Law and 
leqislation 

Veterans' benefits leqislation ii 
the 93rd Conqress. Jan. 15, 1975. 
10 p. Nemesnyik, Ilona. 
Hultilith 75-12 ED 



Veterans' leans — [O.S. ] 

Veterans benefits: a comparison 
and analysis. Cct. 26, 1973. 33 
p. Fevised Jan. 29, 1975. 29 p. 
Nemesnyik, Ilona. 

Hultilith 75-26 ED 

Fevision of Hultilith 73-180 ED. 



Veterans' lcans--[ 0. S. ]--Law and 
leqislation 

Veterans' benefits legislation in 
the 93rd Congress. Jan. 15, 1975. 
10 p. Nemesnyik, Ilcna. 
Hultilith 75-12 ED 



Veterans' pensions 

see Hilitary pensions 



Veterans' preference in the 
Federal civil service. Dec. 6, 
197a. 26 p. Nemesnyik, Ilona. 
Hultilith 70-220 ED 



Veterans' rehabilitation-^ O.S. ] 

Veterans benefits: a comparison 
and analysis. Oct. 26, 1973. 33 
p. Fevised Jan. 29, 1975. 29 p. 
Nemesnyik, Ilona. 

Hultilith 75-26 ID 

Revision of Hultilith 73-180 ED. 



191 



— r 0. S. 1 — Chronology 

A summary cf Presidential vetoes: 
93rd Congress. Jan. 1975. 23 o. 
Hoe, Fcnali. 

Hultilith 75-17 GGH 



Violence 

see Terrorism 
sar 



Vice Presidential candidates 

How can the Federal political 
svstem he improved? A collection 
of excerots and bibliography 
relatinc tc the high schcol debate 
topic, 197»-75. [Aug.] *974. 384 
p. Hce, Eonald. Yacker, Hare. 
Gcrmar, Josenh. Pauls, Frederick. 
Lanpscn, Edward. Horoan, Anr.e. 
Issued as Senate docuient no. 
93-79, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



Selected issues and the positions 
of Nelson A. Fcckefeller, nominee 
for Vice President cf the Cnit?^ 
States: an analysis. Scv. 197u. 
138 p. Congressional Research 
Service. 

Issued as a committee print. 

House Committee on the Judiciary, 

93d Ccng. , 2d sess. 



Vocational education 

see also Federal aid tc vocational 
education 
HanFower training programs 
Vocational rehabilitation 



Vocational education — [D.S.] 

\ history of Federal vocational 
education legislation in the 
twentieth certury. Feb. 21, 1974. 
41 p. Revised Hay 12, 1975. 66 p. 
Giordano-Fvans, Angela. 
Holtilith 75-126 ED 
Revision of Bultilith 74-45 ED. 



Vocational rehabilitation— [ C.S. ]— Law 
and legislation 

Rehabilitation and employment for 
the handicapped — legislation in the 
93rd Congress. Har. 24, 1975. 23 
p. Klebe, Edward. 

Hultilith 75-84 EC 



Vice Presidential candidates—Chronology 

The selection cf ma-jor party Vice 

Presidential candidates, 1789-1972. 

Dec. 19, 197tt. 35 p. Casey, 
Carol. 



Voluntary health insurance 
see Health insurance 



Victiiless crimes 

see Crimes without victi 



Vietnamese Conflict 

The POH/BIA issue. ("Feb. 20, 
19751 3 c. Grimmett, Richard. 
Appears in the Concessional 
record [daily ed. 1 v. 121, Acr. 
9, 1975: S5518-S5520. 



The return cf Aierican prisoners 
of war from Southeast Asia: a 
ccoDilation cf naterials on the 
release of priscners-of -war and th< 
aissina-in-action recovery program, 

Cct. 29, 1973. 11U p. Pevisei 
■ax. 22, 1975. 152 p. Farlin, 
Flovd. Grimmett, Richard, rev. 

Hultilith 75-85 F 

Pevision cf Hultilith 73-181 F. 



Voter registration — [U.S.] — State laws 
Elections — political party 
affiliation as an aspect of voter 
registration, primary 
participation, and ballot 
preparation: a compilation of state 
laws. Sov. 12, 1970. 199 p. 
Pevised Tec. 3, 197«. 178 D . 
Tadlosky, Elizabeth. Fieri, 
Patricia, rev. Durbin, Thcaas, 
rev. Eurdette, Bofcert, rev. 
Baltilitfa -7U-209 I [555/11 
Pevision of Hultilith 70-297 A 
[ O93/110] 



Voting in Congress 

see Congressional voting 



Voting reguirements 
see Election law 



Vietnamese Conf lict— Chronology 

Eackcrosr.d ir.f oiEaticn relating 
tc Southeast Asia and Vietnam (7th 
revised editicr) . Dec. 1974. 660 
d. Sterste, Cagnila. Niksch, 
Larry. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee or Foreign 
Relations, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 
This editicn was prepared by 
committee staff with the 
assistance of Dagnija Sterste and 
Larry Miksch. 



Voting Rights Act 

A summary of "The Voting Bights 
Act: Ten Tears After," a report of 
the United States Commission on 
Civil Rights, January 1975. Feb. 
21, 1975. 23 p. Gorman, Joseph. 
Hultilith 75-57 GGR 



The Voting Rights Act of 1965: = 
aralysis and interpretation in 
light of recent Supreme Court and 
Federal court case?. Feb. 2U, 
1975. 18 p. Curbin, Thomas. 



Vinyl chloride 

vinyl chloride: an occuoaticnal 
health hazard. Jan. 17, 1975. 59 
p. Bourne, Joanna. 

Hultilith 75-63 SP 



The Voting Rights Act cf 1965, as 
amended; history, effects, and 
alternatives. June 17, 1975. 93 
p. Hanus, Jerome. Ecwning, Panl, 
Gay, Donovan. 

Hultilith 75-124 GGR 



192 



Wage-price policy — [Foreign] — 
Biblioqraphv 

Government policy relating to 
waqes and prices, 1970-1975: a 
selected bibliography. Feb. 27, 
1975. 1« p. Chin, Felix. Kniqht 
Edward. 

Bultilith 75-65 L 



Congress, the President and the 
war powers: a bibliography. Oct. 
15, 1972. 8 p. Revised July 25, 
1973. 12 p. Second revision Dec. 
13, 1974. 13 p. Ho, Leneice. 
Eite, Vita, rev. 

Baltilith 74-231 F 
Supersedes Hultiliths 73-130 F 
and 72-228 F. 



wage-price policy — [O.S.] 

Economic policy and inflation in 
the tJrited States: a survey of 
developments frcm the enactment of 
the Employment Act of 1906 through 
1974. Apr. 7, 1975. 101 p. 
Knight, Edward. 

Issued as a 1oint committee 
print. Joint Economic Committee, 
94th Cong., 1st sess. , as paper 
no. 2 in its series "Studies in 
Price stability and Economic 
Growth. " 



War and emergency powers — [U.S. ] — History 
A brief history of emergency 
powers in the United States; a 
working paper. July 1970. 140 p. 
Relyea, Harold. 

Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Special Committee on 
National Emergencies and 
Delegated Emergency Powers, 93d 
Cong., 2d sess. 



Balor economic stabilization 
bills pending before the 94th 
Congress: a comparative analysis. 
Bar. 28, 1975. 33 p. Knight, 
Edward. 

Appears in 0. S. Congress. 
House. Committee on Banking, 
Currency and Housing. 
Subcommittee en Economic 
Stabilization. Incomes policy 
legislation — 1975. Hearings, 
94th Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p, 
184-216. 



War and emergency powers — [U.S. ] — Pro 
and con 

Resolved: that the powers of the 
presidency should be curtailed: a 
collection of excerpts and 
bibliography relating to the 
intercollegiate debate topic, 1974- 
75. [Nov. 1974] 328 p. Relyea, 
Harold. Fisher, Louis. Gorman, 
Joseph. Borgan, Anne. 

Issued as House document no. 9 3- 
273, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



wage-price policy — [O.S. 1 — Bibliography 
Government policy relating tc 
wages and prices, 1970-1975: a 
selected bibliography. Feb. 27, 
1975. 14 p. Chin, Felix. Knight, 
Edward. 

Bultilith 75-65 1 



war powers 

see War and emergency powers 



Har prisoners 

see Prisoners of war 



Har 

see also 



Aggression 
Arms control 
Biological warfare 
Chemical warfare 
Espionage 

Bilitary intervention 
National defense 
Prisoners of war 



Washington, D.C. 

see District of Columbia 



Haste management 

see Pollution control 

Recycling of waste products 
Refuse and refuse disposal 



International law to be 
considered in the possible use of 
military force by the Onited States 
against another nation for its 
adverse economic actions involving 
mireral resources within its own 
territory. Jan. 17, 1975. 14 p. 
Zafren, Daniel. 



Har a^d emergency powers 

see also President as Commander-in- 
Chief 



Hater allocation (Policy) — [New Bexico ] 
San Juan-Chama and Navajo Indian 
pro-jects: related impacts in the 
San Juan River Basin. [June 12, 
1975] 64 p. viessman, Warren. 
Appears in U.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs. 
Subcommittee on Energy Research 
and Water Resources. San Juan- 
Chama pro-Ject. Hearing, 94th 
Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 337- 
400. 



Har and emergency powers--[ O.S. ]-- 
Bibliography 

A brief history of emergency 
powers in the Onited States; a 
workina paper. July 1974. 140 p. 
Relyea, Harold. 

Issued as a committee prirt. 
Senate Special Committee on 
National Emergencies and 
Delegated Emergency Powers, 93d 
Cong. , 2d sess. 



Water law and legislation--[ O.S. ] 

A compilation of Federal laws 
relating to conservation and 
development of our Nation's fish 
and wildlife resources, 
environmental quality, and 
oceanography. Jan. 1975. 840 p. 
Williams, Grover. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Berchant 
Barine and Fisheries, 94th Cong. 
1st sess. 



193 



Water reliction — r Great Lakes] 

D.S. -Canadian Great Lakes Water 
Quality agreement. Jan. 28, 1975. 
15 p. Becker, S. William. 



Water pollution control — r O.S.I — Finance 
Supreme Court decisions on 
impoundment of Hater Pollution 
Control Act funds. Feb. 26, 1975. 
25 p. Glass, Stuart. 

Hultilith 75-60 A [560/113 A] 



Water pollution control — [U.S.] — Law and 
legislation 

The land use implications of the 
Clean Air Act of 1970 and the 
Federal Water Pollution Control Act 
Amendments of 1972. Oct. u, 1S70. 
2U p. Fletcher, W. Wendell, 
nultilith 7U-176 FP 



water supply--( U.S. 1 

A compilation of documents 
relating to water availability for 
energy production. [Nov. 197U] 
1133 p. Brown, Howard. 

Appears in a committee print. 
Senate Committee en Interior and 
Insular Affairs. Water and 
energy self-sufficiency. 1970. 
p. 19-1151. 



Watergate affair 

Abstracts of news analyses 
regarding the alleged role of Henry 
A. Kissinger in wiretaps of 
government officials and newsmen. 
July 8, 1970. 9 p. Christopher, 
Luella. 

Appears in U.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Foreign 
Relations. Dr. Kissinger's role 
in wiretapping. Hearings, 93d 
Cong., 2d sess. 197H. p. 29-37. 



Water purification — r U.S. 1 — Research 

Cancer-causing agents in drinkina 
water. Nov. 20, 1970. 10 p. 
Becker, S. William. 



Water resources development--r Sew Mexico] 
San Juan-Chama and Navajo Indian 
prolects: related impacts in the 
San Juan Fiver Basin. ("June 12, 
19751 60 p. Viessman, Warren. 
Appears in U.S. Conoress. 
Senate. Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs. 
Subcommittee on Energy Research 
and Water Resources. San Juan- 
Chama prolect. Hearing, 9Uth 
Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 337- 
000. 



Water resources development--[ U.S. ] 
A compilation of documents 
relating to water availability for 
energy production. [Nov. 1970] 
1133 p. Erown, Howard. 

Appears in a committee print. 
Senate Committee or. Interior and 
Insular Affairs. Water and 
energy self-sufficiency. 197u. 
p. 19-1151. 



The Tennessee Valley Authority: 
lessons for national growth and 
development planning. Aug. 7, 
197a. 23 p. Wellborn, Clay. 



Water rights — [New Mexicol 

San Juan-Chama and Navajo Indian 
projects: related impacts in the 
San Juan River Basin. ("June 12, 
19751 60 p. Viessman, Warren. 
Appears in U.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Interior 
and Insular Affairs. 
Subcommittee on Energy Fesearch 
and Water Resources. San Juan- 
Chama project. Hearing, 9Uth 
Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 337- 
000. 



Congressional review of 
regulations issued by Administrator 
of General Services under 
Presidential Recordings and 
Materials Preservation Act. Har. 
19, 1975. p. Treacy, Vincent. 
Appears in U.S. Congress. 
Senate. Committee on Government 
Operations. GSA regulations 
implementing Presidential 
Recordings and Materials 
Preservation Act. Hearing, 9Uth 
Cong., 1st sess. 1975. p. 69-^2. 
Also in U.S. Corgress. House. 
Committee on House 
Administration. Subcommittee on 
Printing. GSA regulations to 
implement title I of the 
Presidential Recordings and 
Materials Preservation Act. 
Hearings, 94th Cong., 1st sess. 
1975. p. 151-150. 

Also in House report no. 90- 
560, Committee on House 
Administration. Disapproving 
regulations proposed by the 
General Services Administration 
implementing the Presidential 
Pecordings and Materials 
Preservation Act. 1975. p. 65- 
69. 



Constitutional guestiens raised 
by S. 0016, a bill to protect and 
preserve tape recordings of 
conversations of former President 
Nixon. Oct. 3, 1970. 2 p. 
Treacy, Vincent. 

Appears in the Congressional 

record [daily ed. ] v. 120, Oct. 

0, 197U: S18327-S18328. 



Weapons systems 

see also Atomic weapdns" 

Fleet ballistic missile 



systems 



Weapons systems--[ U. S. ] 

Strategic nuclear delivery 
systems: how many? What 
combinations? Oct. 7, 1970. 123 
p. Collins, John. Chwat, John. 
Multilith 70-177 F 



194 



Weapons systems — f 0. S. 1 — Finance 

Cost growth in weapon programs. 
Dec. 16, 1974. 42 p. Cccper, Bert. 
Multilith 74-228 F 



Work and training programs 

see Manpower training programs 
Public assistance programs 



Welfare 

see Public welfare 



Wetbacks 

see Agricultural labor 



World Food Conference, Rome, 1974. 
The World Food Conference: 
implications for congressional 
action. Dec. 8, 1974. 15 p. 
Sherman, Harvey. 

Bultilith 7U-212 EP 
Appears also in the 
Congressional record [daily ed, 
v. 121, Feb. 27, 1975: S2786- 
S2789. 



Wildlife conservation 

see also National parks 



Wildlife ccnservation—Treaties 

Treaties and other international 
agreements on fisheries, 
oceanoqraphic resources, and 
wildlife to which the United States 
is party. Dec. 31, 1974. 968 p. 
Brcwne, Mar-jorie. Branaman, Erenda. 
Issued as a committee print. 
Senate Committee on Commerce, 93d 
Cong., 2d sess. 



World Food Conference, Rome, 1974 
(Proposed) 

International food reserves: 
background and current proposals. 
Oct. 1974. 138 p. Mayer, Leo. 
Sherman, Harvey. Montague, Marion, 
Baker, Janice. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee on Foreign 
Affairs, Subcommittee on 
International Organizations and 
Movements, 93d Cong., 2d sess. 



-f 0. S. 1 — Law and 



Wildlife conservation- 
legislation 

A compilation of Federal laws 
relating tc conservation and 
development cf cur Nation's fish 
and wildlife resources, 
environmental quality, and 
oceanography. Jan. 1975. 844 p. 
Williams, Grover. 

Issued as a committee print. 
House Committee en Merchant 
Marine and Fisheries, 94th Cong. 
1st sess. 



Youth and alcohol 

see Alcohol and youth 



Zionism—fO.S. ] — Bibliography 

American-Jewish interest groups 
and 0. S. policy towards Israel: a 
bibliographic essay on recent 
research. Jan. 3, 19^5. 14 p. 
Sachs, Richard. 



wiretapping 

see also Electronic surveillance 



wiretapping — fO.S. ] 

Abstracts cf news analyses 
regarding the alleged role of Henry 
A. Kissinger in wiretaps of 
government officials and newsmen. 
July 8, 1974. 9 p. Christopher, 
Luella. 

Appears in O.S. Congress. 
Senate. Ccmmittee on Foreign 
Pelations. Dr. Kissinger's role 
in wiretapping. Hearings, 93d 
Cono., 2d sess. 1974. p. 29-37. 



Woir^n 

see Families 

Pights cf wemen 
Women in politics 



Women in pclitics — C O.S.I 

Committee assignments of women in 
Conaress, 65th-94th Congresses. 
Feb. 28, 1975. 14 p. Hclcomt, 
Morr iqene. 



Women in the Onited States 
Congress. Apr. 21, 1971. 35 p. 
Pevised Jan. 3, 1975. 23 p. 
Holcomb, Mcrriqeno. 

Multilith 75-1 GGR 
Pevision cf Multilith 71-122 
GGR. 



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